Enrol as a part-time student
Part-time study is available for domestic students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. Part-time means enrolment in 12 credit points or less (1 or 2 units of study) per semester.
Commencing part-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts and the Diploma of Classical Languages must select their unit(s) from the available 100-level units of study. It is recommended that students commencing the Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary) in Semester 1 enrol in RED503: Challenges and Strategies in Religious Education. Completion of Campion qualifications must be within a maximum of 6 years.
Each unit of study requires three contact hours per week. Undergraduate classes are typically scheduled during regular business hours (9am-6pm). Postgraduate classes are typically scheduled after business hours, according to the availability of students and staff. FEE-HELP is available for part-time study.
Part-time study is not available for international students, as their student visa requires full-time enrolment (18 credit points per semester).
Where to next?
Click here to find out more about the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts.
Click here to find out more about the Diploma of Classical Languages.
Click here to find out more about the Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary).
Further information about the admissions processes can be found here.
When you are ready to apply, please complete the application form below where you will have the option to indicate your intent to study on a part-time basis.
Enrol as a miscellaneous or auditing student
Students wishing to complete a unit of study out of personal interest, without enrolling in a course, may do so under Miscellaneous status. Units completed as a Miscellaneous student may later be credited towards a qualification if a student decides to enrol in a course.
Miscellaneous students must pay tuition fees up-front ($1,995 per unit) as FEE-HELP is not available under this status.
Auditing a unit
Miscellaneous students may have the opportunity to audit a unit of study. This means that they may attend lectures only in a unit of study without completing assessment requirements. Such students may be permitted to attend tutorials with the written approval of the Dean of Studies. In such circumstances, no credit is awarded towards a qualification.
Auditing students must pay reduced tuition fees up-front ($995 per unit).
Where to next?
If you wish to enrol as a Miscellaneous and/or Auditing student, click here to view our unit outlines. Once you have chosen your unit(s) of study, please complete the form below.
Students already enrolled in a Campion degree who wish to audit a unit may do so with permission from the Unit Co-ordinator and the Dean of Studies. Please complete the Application to Audit Form.