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Below you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions about Workstream F.
Those students who have not registered their modules by the end of the appropriate registration window will be allocated modules from the remaining choices available after those students who have registered their modules during the appropriate period. This will mean that the preferred options for students who did not register within the appropriate window may not necessarily be available to them.
This is the message that we are sending to students who didn’t register any modules on their programmes:
If you did not register modules by 18 April, your modules for the next academic year will be allocated for you. These modules will show in PIP on 1 July when the new academic year timetable is released. You may be able to see your modules earlier than this date as and when these allocated modules have been transferred into PIP.
If you have any special circumstances (eg Erasmus/Exchange, returning from temporary withdrawal etc), please refer to the special circumstances section on the Module Choices website, Student Central or your Student Support Co-ordinator for further advice.
Two reports will be sent to Faculties:
Capacity report - stating the number of students registered on each module and the capacity of the pre-allocated room.
Students registration report - showing the modules and number of credits that each student has registered for the next academic year.
**The internal Faculty process to populate this report will be defined by each Faculty ADSE.
Students who registered during the registration window and have errors in their programmes will have the opportunity to make the appropriate corrections during the amendment periods of June and July.
The amendment periods will take place over a two-week period during results week in June and July. The results week will start on different dates for Undergraduate (modular and non-modular) and postgraduate programmes.
Undergraduate - The Undergraduate (modular programmes) results week starts on 22 July, so the amendment period for Undergraduate (modular programmes) will be from Monday 22 July to Friday 2 August.
Postgraduate - The Postgraduate results week starts on the 24 July, so the amendment period for Postgraduate will be from Wednesday 24 July to Friday 2 August.
Undergraduate (non-modular programmes) will have different exam committees dates, therefore, their results week will be slightly different but will fall closer to Undergraduate and Postgraduate dates.
Students with the following circumstances:
Can register their modules on Weeks -2, -1 and Week 0 of their commencing academic year.
Please note that students whose search for a placement was unsuccessful will have the opportunity to register the modules that they would like to take instead of the placement during the June and July amendment periods or, as the last opportunity, during Week -2, -1 and Week 0 of their commencing academic year.
The late addition/deletion process, as it is now, has a big effect on the timetabling process and space optimisation. Therefore, these requests will only be open for students who, due to extraordinary circumstances, have an exceptional reason to request the change. This request must be approved by the Academic Registrar and it will be subject to room capacity and other timetabling constraints.
The extraordinary changes process has been created for students who, due to extraordinary circumstances, have an exceptional reason to request a change.
Changes to a student's programme after the registration windows are not permitted. However necessary adjustments to a student's programme can be made only in the following circumstances:
Students who made incorrect entries to their next academic year’s programme that will hinder their progression if left uncorrected, and who didn’t correct these entries during the appropriate amendment period, will, only in these circumstances, be able to use an amendment form provided by Student Central from the start of Semester 1.
Students that have submitted a subject change for approval should register their modules for their current subject during the appropriate registration window. Once the subject change has been approved by the appropriate exam committee, students should use the closest amendment period (June, July or January) to make the appropriate changes according to their new subject.
In the scenario where the subject change is not approved, students will not be required to make any further changes, as they will have already registered their modules for the programme that they were originally registered on during the appropriate registration window.
Students will be able to use the amendment period in June and July to register for the independent study, as they are non-timetabled modules, (following approval at the preceding examination committee) providing they have registered their other modules during the registration window (1-18 April).
If the students haven’t been able to submit the M88 Form during the registration period, and the interest of the student for these modules haven’t been picked up at the moment of completing the students' programmes (the programme has been prepopulated with a different choice), students will be allowed to register their ISM during the amendment periods, changing one of the optional modules that have been pre-allocated to them (this option is available JUST for this type of module).
The deadline for module registration has been set up according to the time that students started their course and/or specific course characteristics or circumstances, facilitating a good balance between a suitable time for informed decision making for students regarding their module choices and appropriate lead times for the planning and delivery of modules, workload and other core University processes.
There will be a single module registration deadline per student, but three registration dates for the University, as each group of students will have just one date to register their options.
The registration windows are:
1 - 18 April
(dates may vary due to Easter break)*
January (or another date between November and May)
AND September students with unconfirmed placement/funding, returning from temporary withdrawal, exchange/study abroad students, foundation degree students transitioning to Year 1
* Specific times for each year will be set in advance by CSA Team in Student Central.