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Module enrolment

Important information about online module enrolment.

The online module form will be available until the end of the change of mind period at 10am on Wednesday 11 October.    The form is available 24 hours per day, including over the weekend of 7/8 October for you to submit module choices.

Remember you can use the form to check the choices that you have made (or have been submitted on your behalf by Student Services).  It can take up to 72 hours for updates to the form to be visible in other systems such as individual student timetables and in Moodle.  Remember also that you can still view information about your classes on the master timetable. If you click on the ‘Modules’ tab you can view the timetable for your module choices straightaway. You can search by module code if you know it or filter the list by department.

If you had already submitted your online module enrolment form but need to make further changes or if your module choices are incorrect you can either go along to your Student Service Centre or submit your request using the Student Services Enquiry Form.   Please ensure you provide us with your name; student ID and programme details in any communication and remember to check if your issue is covered on our Frequently Asked Questions page before you contact us.

Once again we sincerely apologise for disruption to module enrolment.



What you need to know

At the start of the session you will be able to select or amend your optional module choices for the year. You will need to submit these choices through an online form and make sure you submit be the deadline.

See guidance on module enrolment for more information on this process.

You can find out which modules are available to you and further details of the module content by checking the programme and module catalogues.

Submitting your choices doesn't guarantee you a place on
your chosen module which is subject to timetabling and University requirements. Your place on a module will be confirmed or you will be contacted if you need to make an alternative choice or fulfil further requirements.