Expression of interest to enrol

Expression of interest

You are expressing your interest in enrolling in the ENVS3001/6301 Climate Change Science & Policy in Practice course that will be delivered intensively from the 6-20 November 2017.

Enrolment in the course requires consent from the Course Convenor. Completing this form registers your interest in taking the course but does not enrol you in the course. Once your application has been assessed, and if you are eligible to enrol, you will be sent a permission code that will allow you to enrol via the ANU ISIS system.

Please note: This course has to be scheduled at the time of the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties, which varies from year to year. In 2017 the CoP begins on 6 November. This means that the course is being taught in the Semester 2 Examination Period. Students enrolled in any course that has an examination during this examination period will not be eligible to enrol in ENVS3001/6301. Please review the indicative assessment and due dates listed against each of the courses you intend to enrol in for Semester 2 on Programs and Courses and on the course Wattle sites to confirm that this will not impact on your eligibility to enrol.

Expressions of interest will be accepted until Friday 6 October 2017.

You are expressing your interest in enrolling in the ENVS3008/6308 Fire in the Environment course that will be run in intensive mode from 4 to 15 February 2019 during the Summer session.

Assessment activities for ENVS3008 undergraduate students are expected to be completed by approximately 26 February 2019, which is the approximate date for the final examination.

Assessment requirements for ENVS6308 graduate students are expected to be completed by approximately three weeks after the course finishes, when a graduate research paper will be due.

Enrolment in the course requires consent from the Course Convenor, and there is a quota on course enrolments. Completing this form registers your interest in taking the course but does not enrol you in the course. Provided you are accepted into the course, you will be sent a permission code that will allow you to enrol via the ANU ISIS system.

Expressions of interest will be accepted until Friday 18 January 2019, but note that the course quota may be reached well before that date.

The School will commence issuing permission codes from the 20 July 2018.

You are expressing your interest in enrolling in the ENVS2005/6025 Island Sustainable Development: Fiji Field School that will be delivered intensively from the 1-13 July 2019 during the winter session.

There will be a weekend orientation session during the last weekend of the mid semester break in Semester 1.  During this session you will be provided with background information, and be involved in group work as preparation for the trip.  Attendance at this orientation is compulsory and a student who cannot attend will not be permitted to take the course. You need to plan ahead and ensure that you are in Canberra for that weekend.

Enrolment in the course requires consent from the Course Convenor. Completing this form registers your interest in taking the course but does not enrol you in the course. Once your application has been assessed, and if you are eligible to enrol, you will be sent a permission code that will allow you to enrol via the ANU ISIS system.

Please note: This course includes a range of physical activities including snorkelling, walking distances in hilly terrain and along beaches, and working under normal field conditions. You need to be physically fit and able to swim a minimum of 100m unaided.

Expressions of interest will be accepted until Monday 4th March, 2019.

The School will commence issuing permission codes from the 1 November 2018.

Note: to comply with the Requisite and Incompatibility Statement for ENVS3008 you must have completed 72 units towards a degree at the time you enrol in this course, and you are not able to enrol in this course if you have completed ENVS6308.

Note: to comply with the Requisite and Incompatibility Statement for ENVS6308 you are not able to enrol in this course if you have completed ENVS6002 or SRES6008 or ENVS3008.

Note: to comply with the Requisite and Incompatibility Statement for ENVS3001 you must have completed ENVS3020 Climate Change Science & Policy. To comply with the Requisite and Incompatibility Statement for ENVS6301 you must have completed ENVS6307 Climate Change Science & Policy.
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Please write in no more than 500 words why you would like to take the course, how it relates to your current studies, and what learning outcomes you expect.