Quota Subjects

FVAS QUOTA SUBJECTS in 2017

Several subjects offered by the University have limited enrolment numbers. These 'quota subjects' are usually laboratory or fieldwork subjects where enrolment capacity is limited by available resources. If you cannot enrol in the subject, it may be that the quota has been reached.

There are four undergraduate FVAS subjects in 2017 with a quota:

Subject

Quota

Study Period Commencement

Location

AGRI10039 Australia in the Wine World

80

February

Dookie

80

July

Dookie

120

Semester 2

Parkville

AGRI20030 Australia in the Wine World

80

February

Dookie

80

July

Dookie

80

September

Dookie

AGRI20027 Vine to Wine

40

February

Dookie

FOOD10001 Beer Styles and Sensory Analysis

210

Semester 1

Parkville

In 2017 the selection method into these subjects is ‘first come, first served’.  This is the order in which students are formally enrolled into the subjects.

Not all subjects are expected to be fully subscribed.  A quota selection process will not be applied unless student enrolments exceed the quota limit.

Should a subject reach its enrolment quota limit, the Faculty will activate a process for managing a waitlist, as follows:

AGRI10039, AGRI20030 and AGRI20027:

FOOD10001

When you submit the form it is time-stamped. The waitlist will be managed in the order in which completed forms are submitted.

If a place in the subject becomes available (i.e. after another student withdraws from the subject) it will be offered to the next student on the waitlist.  Students are notified via email (FVAS quota subject offer) and will be given 48 hours to accept that offer.

A student who accepts an offer to enrol in FOOD10001 will need to complete and submit an Enrolment Variation form (http://ask.unimelb.edu.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/6038) and attach a copy of the FVAS quota subject offer email.  This Enrolment Variation form must be submitted within 48 hours of the original offer.

Final replacement offers will be made on Thursday in the second week of semester 1 (i.e. 9 March 2017).