Orientation is the best way to get to know your student community and the wide range of services and programs available to you.
Welcome to all new students
Thank you to everyone who came along to Orientation and created a buzz on campus.
Subject and Course Planning
Do you need clarification on your course rules or are unsure about choosing subjects? Watch short videos presented by fellow students on Getting Started.
Once you have identified the subjects necessary for meeting your degree requirements and academic goals, you can enrol into subjects via your Study Plan. Enrolling in a subject means you are officially admitted to study that subject. You can find further information on enrolling here.
There's also a handy calendar to help you navigate through what you'll need to know in each week of your first semester.
BCom Career Launchpad
You may feel like you're just starting out your BCom journey, but your early career has already begun. Visit the BCom Career Launchpad to find out more about the enrichment opportunities available to you.
New Students' Library Guide
Access the Library Guide to get help on resolving library-related issues and learn about library services, what resources are on offer, and where to find them.
Meet your Mentor and Adviser
Get support early by meeting your peers and making friends through the Melbourne Peer Mentor Program in your first semester of study. Starting in your second semester, you can plan and discuss your goals through Academic Advising.
Find out more by visiting Your Mentor and Adviser.
Connect with us
Once you’ve accepted your offer in the BCom, you can request to join the Business and Economics Students LinkedIn Group. You’ll receive information on industry opportunities and what’s happening in the faculty, in student clubs and around campus.
You can also join the Faculty of Business and Economics' Student Clubs and Societies – this is a great way to build your social and professional networks.
Connect with the wider University community on social media to find groups and communities who share similar interests to you.
Have a question?
- ask.unimelb: Your first stop for answers to frequently asked questions.
- students.unimelb: For information on enrolment, administration and services.
- Contact Stop 1 via phone, live chat, or email for assistance with administration, course planning, enrolment assistance, skills development and support services.