Most courses allow you to select optional modules during each year of study. The process is called Module Enrolment and you use the online system called eNROL
to review and select the optional modules available on the course. eNROL is personalised to display the modules available to you on your year of study and course.
You should select optional modules as soon as possible so that you:
are prepared for the first week of term
know which modules to attend and where the lectures and classes are held
receive up-to-date timetable information and we can ensure that your chosen modules do not clash on the timetable where feasible
can look at the content of the modules in advance.
If you're a returning student you should complete Module Enrolment by end of July prior to the start of the next academic year. Early selection of modules is critical to
enable the University to identify and reduce timetable clashes over the summer. Module selections can be changed up until the eNROL system closes.
If you're a new student you''ll be able to access the eNROL system once your place has been confirmed. This usually takes about a week. You should choose all your optional modules before arriving at the University for the academic year.
eNROL will reopen 12pm on 8 December to 8.59am on Monday 1 February 2021 to enable changes to Spring Term or Summer Term optional modules.
Help completing module enrolment
If you have queries about what modules to choose, or any general queries about your modules or programme of study, contact or visit your departmental office.
If you have any queries about using eNROL or about any technical issue, please email email@example.com. Please provide your course title in full, your department and what year you are in.