If you have any questions about any of the below, or anything else to do with your Flinders experience, please submit an AskFlinders request, or contact us via Jabber Guest (details below).
International students on a student visa are required to be enrolled in a full-time study load, usually four (4) topics, (or 18 units) per semester.
International students on a student visa can only undertake 33% of their total enrolment load at Flinders as online topics and must not enrol exclusively in online topics in any compulsory study period (i.e. standard semester).
Please ensure you select topics in accordance with these requirements. The University reserves the right to amend your enrolment to ensure compliance with the ESOS Act and National Code.
If you are unsure about how many topics to enrol in, contact International Student Services via AskFlinders.
More information about enrolling in topics.
If you need guidance about which topics to enrol in, please refer to Handbook, which contains important information about courses and topics available at Flinders, including the program of study and a study planner. If you need further enrolment advice, please contact your College:
- College of Business, Government and Law
- College of Education, Psychology and Social Work
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences
- College of Medicine and Public Health
- College of Nursing and Health Sciences
- College of Science and Engineering
Updating your personal details in the Student System
It is important that you update your personal details such as your residential address in Adelaide, Australian mobile number and details of your emergency contact person in Australia. To update your details, visit the Student System, which can be accessed under the ‘My systems’ section of Compass.
Support services for students
Flinders University has many support services available to students and they are free to access.
More information about our support and services.
Jabber Guest allows you to speak with our team using VOIP (voice over internet protocol). By downloading the Jabber Guest app, you can contact any staff at the University as long as you have a smart device and an internet connection.