Module Enrolment 2019-20 Module Enrolment 2019-20

For Postgraduates and First Year Undergraduates

Online module enrolment (OME) will take place:

  • between 27 August and 27 September 2019, for first year undergraduate students.
  • between 2 September and 4 October 2019, for postgraduate students. 

Students choose their optional modules for the academic year 2019-20. Compulsory modules are added automatically. Your module choices are confirmed once they appear on your timetable.

Full-time undergraduate students enrol for 120 credits/year

Full-time postgraduate students enrol for 180 credits/year

Your Course Profile (available on e:Vision) will indicate which modules you can choose to enrol on. Cross-reference your preferences with your course profile to ensure you meet any module enrolment rules (i.e. pre-requisite modules). 

To request a module not listed on your profile:

  • speak to the relevant Module Organiser and Course Director
  • complete the paper enrolment form (LTS004) with your module choices including the module choice not on your profile
  • complete the Variation to Course Profile concession form (LTS007)
  • submit forms to your Hub

Briefing sessions

The following Schools are holding postgraduate briefing sessions: CMP, DEV, ECO, ENV, LAW, PPL. Consult the briefings document for more information.

What you need to do

Choose the situation that best fits you



Online Module Enrolment Guide

Online Module Enrolment Task

Student Forms

Module Enrolment School Briefings

OME - a step by step guide OME - a step by step guide

The Timetable System The Timetable System

How to Select Modules and Avoid Clashes

  1. Note your modules for the autumn semester/full year and spring semester separately.
  2. Use the Timetable Slotting System guide (link below) to complete the slots.
  3. Identify where core and compulsory modules are scheduled and write these on the chart first.
  4. Then note your option choices and free choice modules on the chart.

Timetable Slotting System

Module Description Module Description

The module description on e:Vision provides the following details.

  • module code and module title and timetable slot
  • a statement of the semester in which the module is taught and the module level. Students are advised to aim for an even balance in the distribution of modules between both semesters. Where possible, a 60/60 credit split per semester is recommended.
  • the credit value in University Credit Units, for example UCU: 20 is a 20 credit module
  • the assessment mode of the module and the proportion of marks derived from each All modules are assessed by one of the following methods:

coursework only (CW modules)

examination only (EX modules)

as a project (PR modules)

a combination of coursework and examination / course test (WW modules)

a combination of coursework and project (CP modules)

Please note that although the assessment mode is unlikely to change, number and type of assessments may be subject to change.

  • restrictions on enrolment for the module. Restrictions on enrolment are indicated using one or more of the following designations:

PP modules which are pre-requisite to this module (ie must have been completed previously)

PS modules which are alternatives to a pre-requisite

PO modules which are post-requisites to this module (ie must be taken after this module)

NC modules which are non-compatible (ie must not be taken with it in the same or other years)

CO co-requisite modules (ie autumn and spring semester pair)

CS alternative co-requisite modules

To view details of modules in other schools

  1. Click on the Module Information option found in the Module Details container on your e:Vision home page
  2. Change the year to 2019/20, the scheme code to UG (for undergraduates) or PG (for postgraduates) and select the relevant School from the drop-down list.
  3. You will then see the list of all modules due to run in that School in the chosen Academic Year.
  4. Clicking on 'Details' will allow you to view a description of the module including any slot-code information and the overall assessment method.