We have recently completed a review of the Bachelor of Advanced Humanities (Honours) (BAdvHum(Hons)) and have made some changes to this program for students commencing in Semester 1, 2021

Some of the changes were made to standardise aspects of UQ undergraduate programs. Other changes were made to ensure that we have a sustainable suite of program, plan and course offerings. When viewing the course list on the Programs and Courses website, you can change which year you are viewing using the dropdown box near the top right of the list to compare the 2021 BAdvHum(Hons) with the pre-2021 program.

As a continuing student, your choice of plans (Majors, Extended Majors) will determine to what extent you are affected by these changes, but please be assured that you will be able to complete the plans you have commenced and you will not be affected by any substantive change to the structure of the program as a whole.

We are here to help you plan your enrolment for 2021.

6. I still have questions. Who can I talk to?

If you have any questions about the information you have read, including how to apply to change to the new 2021 program, and they have not been addressed in our FAQs, you can talk to a Student Administration team member in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS). 

On campus
You can visit us in the HASS Faculty office E207 (Forgan Smith Building 1).
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am – 4.30pm
Friday: 8.30am – 12:00pm
Call us at +61 (07) 3365 1333
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am – 4.30pm
Friday: 8.30am – 12:00pm

Please note we cannot provide specific enrolment advice at the counter or over the phone, but we can answer general questions about the changes to HASS undergraduate programs for 2021.

If you have specific questions about your enrolment once you have completed your progression check and planned your 2021 enrolment, you can email the Student Administration team

Due to the large number of undergraduate students we will be assisting and supporting over the next few months, please allow at least two weeks for a response. Outline all questions and attach your completed progression check to your email, as this will assist us in responding to your specific situation as soon as possible. 

What next?

You can continue to revise and update your Semester 1, 2021 enrolment until Friday 5 March 2021.

From 1 February 2021 you will be able to enrol in mySI-net in courses for Semester 2, 2021. Please refer to 'Preparing to study in Semester 2, 2021' for advice on modes of delivery for your courses.

For all important dates for your enrolment please review the 2021 Academic Calendar.