Diploma of Language Studies (Program 3417) Application Form (PDF) [172 Kb]

Application for admission into the Diploma of Language Studies.

Major/Minor Stream Declaration

You must use the myUNSW Online Stream Declaration service to declare your stream(s) (major and minor, if applicable). Any variation to your streams must also be lodged through the online service. Some streams can be changed online. Others require an online application.

Please note: Your program is your responsibility. You must ensure that you understand your program and the requirements of your chosen stream(s). If in doubt, please contact the Arts and Social Sciences Student Centre on (02) 9385 2289 or via email:

Application for Overload Form

A full-time study load at UNSW is at least 18 units of credit  and up to a maximum of 24 units of credit (UOC) per semester. Students who wish to overload (i.e. take more than 24 UOC in a semester) must apply using this form.

Online Permissible Timetable Clash Application Form

This online form is for students in an Arts and Social Sciences program (single or dual) who have an unavoidable timetable clash. Students must meet the rules and conditions (PDF) [84 Kb] in order to apply.

Additional information

Mentoring - becoming a mentor

The peer mentoring program links senior students to groups of first-year students. It is designed to support and encourage new students and give them an opportunity to meet others and learn about the who, what, where and how of uni life. Find out more about becoming a peer mentor.

Internal program transfers

Students enrolled in an undergraduate program will be able to apply to transfer to other undergraduate programs via myUNSW. For more information visit the UNSW internal program transfer website.

Student administration forms

See general UNSW forms and documents on the UNSW website.

*Please note: the forms above are in PDF format. To view them you will need Acrobat Reader. If the program is not installed on your computer, you can download a Windows or Macintosh version from the Adobe website.