Resources & Support

Master of Teaching – New Students

Resources and forms

​​Changes to the 2018 Master of Teaching Program

The following changes have been proposed for the 2018 Master of Teaching:

  • English will be offered as a double teaching area (i.e. cannot be combined with another teaching area).
  • PDHPE and LOTE methods will not be offered in 2018.

Before You Start

Working With Children Check

You must provide a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before you can go in to a school. As your first school placement is in your second week (27 February 2017), you should start the WWCC process as soon as possible. If you do not provide a cleared WWCC before 27 February, you cannot go in to a school and you will be unable to continue in the Master of Teaching. 

Go to the Office of the Children’s Guardian to start the process.

​​Enrolling in the Master of Teaching

Once you have received your offer to the Master of Teaching, follow these steps:

What Subjects Do I Enrol In?

2018 subjects will be listed in your record when you log in to enrol – but you can also check the Master of Teaching handbook pages for a list of subjects.

Secondary students please note: the subjects listed in your enrolment record will only be core subjects. You will also need to enrol into your method subject. You can only enrol into the method you are eligible for (check your offer letter). You only need to enrol in the 2018 method subject/s. For the method subject codes, please access the Master of Teaching (Secondary) handbook.

​​Orientation and Timetable


Orientation is compulsory and will be held on the first day of the program. If you are studying at a regional campus (Bega, Batemans Bay, Shoalhaven or Southern Highlands) you must attend an on campus enrolment which is usually in mid-February. Further information will be emailed to you closer to the date.

You can attend UOW orientation sessions. These include sessions on careers, international student support, clubs and societies, student wellbeing and campus tours for new students.

If you are new to UOW, you can access an enrolment day guide. This guide will outline how to enrol in tutorials and how to access UOW systems and services.


The timetable can change any time up until week 2 of session. Please refer to the Subject Timetables to see the correct dates and times for these classes and to check the location of your classes.

Tutorial Enrolment

Tutorial enrolment is online. Check the Faculty Central page for details, or refer to your enrolment day guide.

Last reviewed: 17 August, 2017