Some courses are restricted to ensure students meet specific requirements before enrolling or because there are a limited number of places available in the course and may have a separate application process. This prevents you from being able to add the course on ISIS without entering a permission code.
If there are specific requirements to enrol in a course, these will be detailed in the "Requisite and Incompatibility" section of the course page on Programs & Courses:
- If you meet the specific requirements listed, you should be able to enrol yourself on ISIS.
- If you don't meet the specific requirements listed but believe you fulfil them in another way (e.g. equivalent prior study or professional experience) you will need to request a permission code to enrol.
Requesting a permission code
Permission codes must be requested from the ANU Academic College who offers the course:
|ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS)||Submit an online CASS Permission Code Request form|
|ANU College of Asia & the Pacific (CAP)||Undergraduates: email email@example.com |
Postgraduates: email your school
|ANU College of Business & Economics (CBE)||Email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|ANU College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics (CECC)||Submit an online CECC permission code form|
|ANU College of Health & Medicine (CHM)||Submit a CHM permission code form|
|ANU College of Science (CoS)||Submit an online CoS permission code form|
|ANU College of Law (Law)||Email email@example.com|
Language placement tests
If you're enrolling in a language course for the first time at ANU and have had any previous experience with the language you want to study, a language placement test is used to determine the most appropriate level of language study for you:
- Asian languages under the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
- European languages under the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences
Enrolling in the course
If your request is approved, you will be provided with a permission code to enter when you add the course on ISIS.
You can check the last day to add the course on ISIS on the University Calendar for Semester 1 and Semester 2 or on the course page on Programs and Courses for non-standard sessions.