Many of Carey’s course offerings can be taken as a special interest option (e.g. studying a one-off course for personal or professional interest). This includes auditing a course (participating in a course as non-credit bearing), or Special Interest Enrolment.
Auditing a course allows you to attend class sessions (on campus or virtually) and gain access to course materials via CareyOnline.
- You are not required to complete any assessment items.
- You are welcome to join community life events on campus, including Chapel and lunches.
- You do not have access to Carey Library resources. If you wish to access Library resources you must pay for a subscription. Please contact the Library for more information.
Special Interest Enrolment
Some of our courses (in particular our level 5 introductory courses) can be taken as one-off courses for personal or professional interest. A special interest enrolment allows you to enrol for credit in one or two courses, and does not have the expectation that you will complete a Carey qualification. Credits gained may be applied to future study in a qualification at Carey and may be eligible for cross-crediting into eligible qualifications at other institutions.
If you would like more information about Special Interest Enrolment please contact our Academic Registrar, Neroli Hollis.