Online module choices
Where applicable, incoming undergraduate students will be emailed an invitation to make module preference selections once online enrolment has been completed. Selection will be available on Student Records in Spring 2019.
Postgraduate students will be contacted by department(s) regarding module choices, and will submit these via a different method.
Undergraduate module selections on Student Records can be accessed and modified as many times as you wish before clicking on the submit button, and your progress will be saved when you log out of Student Records. A walk-through of this process is given in the following video:
Module preference selection tick-list
- Read programme structure webpages on departmental handbook (see links below)
- Read module descriptions on departmental handbook (see links below)
- Research any pre-requisites
- If you have any queries regarding module choices that are not answered by the handbooks, please contact your department office as early as possible to avoid missing the submission deadline
Once the deadline has passed, the online module selection task will not be available. If you do not submit your choices by this time, your department will contact you with instructions. Please note that we cannot guarantee that module choices received after the deadline will receive the same priority of allocation as those submitted before the deadline.
For all preferences submitted before the deadline, we try to allocate you your top module preferences, and with a balance across semesters. However, placement on any module is subject to availability and meeting any requirements. Your modules should be confirmed by the end of May, and appear in your personal timetable when it is released in mid-August.
Please see your department’s Student Handbook for guidance on how and when to request module changes, and other useful information.
Links to useful departmental handbook webpages
Culture, Media & Creative Industries
Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies
Theology & Religious Studies