**Please note that module pages are now being updated to show 2017/18 information. For current details please check the KEATS pages.**
Module Registration Deadlines
- Deadline for module selection: 14th October 2016
- Deadline for changing Semester 2 modules: 26th January 2017, 4pm
For 2017/18 module selection see the internal pages
How does Module Selection work?
Registration for modules takes place online via Student Records, where a list of modules that you are able to take in the following academic session will be available to select. You can amend your selections online, and are welcome to consult your Programme Director (the person who will approve your modules) about your selection if you have options. It is also possible to amend your selections by completing a module amendment form (internal pages).
Registry Services will contact you via your King’s email with information on when you can make your selections and how to access the online module selection facility. Before making your selections please read the guidance notes carefully, and the online instructions given. If there is a problem at any stage you must contact Registry Services and your Programme Administrator.
If you have any doubts about your module choices, you can try out some lectures from different modules during the first week of each semester.
You are encouraged to speak to your Personal Tutor, Programme Director and/or the module lecturer(s) for advice. Please note that due to this trial period, some classes may be overcrowded at the beginning of each term.
After you have selected your modules and they are approved you will be able to view your confirmed module registrations online via Student Records. You should check this carefully to make sure that you are registered for the correct modules. Contact your programme administrator immediately if there are any errors or omissions.
Guidance for undergraduate students on module selection
Students who have optional modules to select might find it helpful to view the following PDFs:
These documents will also help you find out more about how your module choices now might affect your choices in the future.
For information on the modules you will take in your programme see the relevant Programme Page.
Level 4 modules
Level 5 modules
Level 6 modules
Level 7 modules
Maths students are eligible to take modules at another University of London institution. If you wish to study a particular module at another University of London college, it must be authorised by both your department at King’s and the department at the other college.
The institutions available are UCL, Royal Holloway and Queen Mary.
Due to the fees charged by UoL institutions LSE and Birkbeck, students will only be approved to take intercollegiate modules from these institutions in exceptional circumstances. To take a module at LSE or Birkbeck justification will need to be provided to your programme director. Please note that there is no guaruntee that permission will be granted.
To register for an intercollegiate module you should first discuss your choice with your programme director and if they approve it, contact the institution where you wish to take the intercollegiate module. If they authorise your module choice please complete a module amendment form, which needs to be approved by your programme director, and complete whatever the equivalent procedure is at your chosen institution to ensure you are formally registered onto the module at both institutions.
You can see which modules you are registered for under the ‘View Module Registrations’ page on Student Records. If there is a problem with any registrations, you should contact Registry Services.
Please note that some University of London colleges do not offer August resits. Therefore should you select Intercollegiate modules and fail them, you may not be able to re-sit them until the following year in accordance with other colleges of the University of London rules and regulations.
Please also note that intercollegiate modules are subject to timetable availability and it is the responsibility of the student to verify that there are no timetable clashes prior to teaching commencing.
21 March 2017