Choosing Your Modules

Undergraduates will be notified by email when they are able to register for modules online. The online module registration system will tell you the possible combinations of modules that are open to you. An outline of the modules that are available for the coming session can also be found online. You should read this information carefully, and reflect on past experiences, before making a choice. Seek guidance from module and personal tutors; talk to your friends.

The online module choice system will include a deadline before which the online selection must be submitted. Make sure that you do not miss the deadline, as you   might end up having to take whatever is left. Places on all modules are restricted due to space, timetable, equipment, and library considerations. For all these reasons it is possible that you will not be allocated your first choices; you will be informed of this via the online system.

Taking Modules outside your Subject(s)

Depending on the modules required by your degree programme (see your Unit website for programme specifications), undergraduate students normally have the right to take modules to the value of 30 credits at each stage from outside their programmes. Please note that Law students are usually only allowed to take 30 credits outside of their subject area over the entire course of their programme.