When can I make my choices?
You can make choices from Monday 23 April 8.30 am until 6pm Friday 4 May. You are encouraged to not submit your choices until you have attended any module advisory session being put on by your School.
How do I make my choices?
Please complete the form that has been sent to your university email address. The form is also available on the Student Services webpage.
The form can be handed into a Service Centre or emailed as an attachment; the relevant email address is at the top of the form.
What information is available to help me make my choices?
The email sent to your university account will include information on the choices available to you as part of your course. Most Schools are also offering module advisory sessions and that information is contained in the email. If your course allows you to choose modules from other Schools, you can view the curriculum catalogue (details below).
The link below takes you to the curriculum catalogue for 18/19. To see the modules on offer for 18/19 please select “Search for a Course” and then enter the Campus as UK and 2018 Academic Year as the term before making other selections.
The “Search for Plan” will take you to the full structure of your programme of study. That too needs Campus and Term information as part of the selection.
What if I have any queries?
These should be addressed to your local Service Centre using the address on the top of the form. If emailing, please include your School and the words “Module Choice” in the heading.
The form mentions reserve choices; do I have toselect these?
This section is not relevant to all students. This only needs to be completed if your School has instructed you to do so.
Will I be able to study the modules I select?
You choices will be checked to ensure they comply with your programme regulations. Where you are selecting modules that have set caps, a separate allocation process is applied. If there are any issues with your choices, you will be contacted by a member of the Student Services staff.
After the checking/allocation process, your choices will be fed into the timetable build, thought there is no guarantee they can all be timetabled clash free.
If you are interesting in taking a Language Centre module for credits and as part of your degree programme, you must attend a Language Centre enrolment session to discuss your choice with the relevant academic.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serviced basis at the enrolment sessions. Please add the module you wish to study onto the form and you will be notified of the additional part of the enrolment process by the Language Centre team.
No. We just need the options you wish to study. The system will automatically add you to any compulsory modules.
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