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Module Registration, Course Planning and Approval

All undergraduate students are required to have a complete programme of studies registered before they can enrol or re-enrol.

For full time undergraduate students, this normally means a set of compulsory (core) modules for your course and in some cases, if your course structure allows it, some option choices, totalling 120 credits.  For part time students, the intended credits registered for the year cannot exceed 90 in an academic year.

New full time students, entering at the first year of an undergraduate course will normally have their modules pre-registered for them prior to enrolment.  If on checking your timetable, you do not have a full set of modules for the academic year (totalling 120 credits), you should go to your Undergraduate Office.

Part time students and full time students starting at higher levels than the first year (direct entry), should contact their Undergraduate Office to arrange an appointment to discuss appropriate module registrations for the coming year/semester.

During the academic year students will receive an email from their Undergraduate Office relating to the required programme of studies for the next academic year. Where these have been determined, the email will list the Core (compulsory) modules which must be taken for the course.  In addition, depending on the course structure, students may choose some option modules.  It is important that you respond promptly to the deadline set in the email for registering your modules, otherwise you may not get to study the modules of your choice, as they will be selected for you. 

To register modules you must complete a Module Registration Form (MRF) and hand it in to your Undergraduate Office.  In Spring 2014 the University is also pilotting online module registration using Evision and some full-time undergraduate students have been invited to participate. If you are using the online system, you will receive instructions via email. The User Guide on how to use the online system is also available within Evision. Before completing the form or registering online, it is recommended that you review your course structure, research potential modules you are interested in, ensuring you have the appropriate pre-requisites and discuss your choices with your Personal Academic Tutor (PAT). The following is a guide to help you complete a MRF:

The University has just completed a review of its undergraduate courses and new course structures and modules have been introduced in many areas. There is a page dealing with ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ about the new arrangements Please Click Here to view this page.

Step-by-step Guide to completing a Module registration Form (MRF)

You need to complete a Module Registration Form (MRF) (found at the bottom of this page). Either complete the word template, print and sign; or print the pdf version and complete by hand.

1. Write (clearly) your Surname, First Name, Student Number and Course. Then:

2. Look at the list of Core modules you have received (from your Undergraduate Office or by looking at your course structure) and enter these in the first section of the Module Registration Form (MRF) including the appropriate period (Year, Autumn, Spring or Summer Study) Module Code, Module Title, with the Day and timeslot(morning=am; afternoon=pm; evening=eve) and the zone (City or North Campus) where the module is taught. N.B. Module timeslots , syllabuses and the assessment details can be accessed via the Module Catalogue.

3. Now choose your Options. N.B. full-time students normally take four modules (120 credits) per year while part-time students can take up to 90 credits. The subject based options available to you are listed on your Undergraduate Programme structure (or Foundation structure). Module descriptions (and timeslots)are available from the Module Catalogue and you should use this information to ensure that timeslots do not clash and that you meet any pre-requisites (if stated). N.B. not all options run every year. If you are unable to access a web page detailing the structure of the programme you are studying, please contact your Undergraduate Office for assistance.

4. If your programme provides the opportunity to take an Option module (which includes Extension of Knowledge modules and modules from the Open Language Programme) instead of a subject option, you may select from modules outside your chosen discipline and can record such modules along with subject based options in the second section of the form.

5. If you are not sure about the choices you are making before handing your form in you should go to your Undergraduate Office to book an appointment to see your Personal Academic Tutor.

6. We have provided an example of what your completed form should look like, click the link below.

Module Registration Example Form
Module Registration Example Form

7. Sign and date your form. Hand the completed form in to your Undergraduate Office. Here a quick check will be made to verify that your form has been fully completed, (please keep a note of your module choices).

8. Approval of your programme -  you will be notified by e-mail if there are changes that have to be made to the modules you have listed. Your approved 2013/14 programme should be accessible via E-Vision within two weeks of submission of your Module Registration Form.

9. Just before the start of the 2013/14 session (during September) you should be able to access details of your approved programme (with timeslots and rooms) via the Personal Timetables facility.  

Module Registration Form
Undergraduate Module Registration Form
Undergraduate Module Registration Form

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