Your Offer of Study

To confirm your enrolment you need to accept your Offer of Study and provide some documentation.

Receiving an offer

When we receive your application to enrol, we will send you an Offer of Study. Your offer is an official list of the qualifications and courses that Victoria is offering you a place. It will also include details of what they will cost you.

You should receive this within four weeks of applying, sometimes longer depending on the programme.

Conditional Offer of Study

If you are still waiting for your NCEA results, or in some other circumstances, you will receive a Conditional Offer of Study. A Conditional Offer will tell you what results you need to achieve or other information you need to supply.

Haven't received anything?

If you have applied only for open-entry courses and programmes and your offer hasn’t arrived after four weeks, email the Enrolment Office or freecall 0800 VICTORIA (842 867).

Accepting an offer

In most cases, you can accept your Offer of Study online by following the instructions in the email we sent you. You may be asked to finalise your programme in person. Your Offer of Study will tell you where to go or who to see.

When you accept an Offer of Study, you are accepting a place in the courses or programmes offered to you, and agreeing to abide by the statutes and policies of Victoria University of Wellington. You become liable for payment of fees by the due date.

Waiting on NCEA results

If you have University Entrance and the Guaranteed Entry Score, you will automatically be accepted into your programme.

If you have University Entrance but did not achieve the Guaranteed Entry Score, you may be put on a waiting list. When a place becomes available in the programme you chose, it will be offered to you.

Making changes to your programme

If you want to change the programmes and courses you’ve selected after you receive your offer, you can accept your offer, "with changes". You will be given a limited time to accept with changes, refer to your offer for the due date.

If you make changes to your programme of study, this may change your fees, or affect whether you’re eligible for student loans or allowances—make sure you check.

Find out more about adding or withdrawing courses after enrolment or once your courses have begun.

Declining an offer

If you decide not to study at Victoria, you can decline your Offer of Study online. You can also decline by mail, either by crossing out your printed offer, signing it and returning it, or by writing to the Enrolment Office stating that you wish to decline your offer.

Completing your enrolment

Once you return your offer, and any conditions and requirements have been met, you will receive a Confirmation of Study. This will confirm the details of your programme of study, showing any changes you may have made to your Offer of Study.

View your timetable

Your confirmation will also show your username, and steps on how to login and access myVictoria. There you can view your timetable and lecture rooms.

Student ID cards

You can pick up your Student ID card when you arrive for the start of the trimester. If you are a distance student you will receive your Student ID card through the post before the beginning of the trimester.

Send your documentation

To finalise your enrolment, you need to supply us with certified copies of certain documents. It is important you send these as soon as you complete your online application.

Declined admission

If you’ve applied to study at Victoria and have been declined admission, entry into some courses or you've been waitlisted—find out what your options are.