3.3 Module Registration
As a student it is your responsibility to ensure that you are registered for the correct modules and assessment methods via the systems required for each module and that you do this at the correct specified times.
You should be aware that the module registration system may allow you to register for module combinations that may not comply with course regulations. Therefore it is important that you check your module choices against the course regulations: see Section 2 of the handbook.
You should note that some departments run separate module registration systems and / or preregistration. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have registered for modules using both systems if required.
Modules that are not listed in the option lists of your year require departmental approval via an unusual option form.
The Department of Statistics uses the University Online Module Registration System (eMR) which is accessed via https://go.warwick.ac.uk/evision. Students will find their core modules are already entered, only requiring the addition of listed and optional modules.
For 2020/2021, the module registration is expected to open in eVision on 1 October 2020. Module registrations on eMR can only be amended (added and removed) during the following periods:
Two weeks prior to start of term 1
Weeks 1-3 of term 1
Weeks 1-3 of term 2
All modules that you wish to take must be registered by the end of week 3 of term 2, you cannot add modules after this time. You may only remove a module if it is permitted under the deregistration rules relating to coursework and groupwork.
Warwick Business School has a separate module registration system in addition (my.WBS). Please note that if you register on eMR but not on my.wbs (or vice versa), for an IB module you will not be considered to have registered for the module.
To register for WBS modules you must complete the WBS module application which normally opens around Easter and closes around the start of term 3. You will be informed if your application for a module has been successful. The module application system will reopen over the summer for all modules which have places remaining available.
You must adhere to the deadline for registering for modules, otherwise we will not be able to use marks awarded for that module.
The initial information you supply to eMR does not involve you making a permanent commitment to take the selected modules, nor stop you from following other modules.
However, you must ensure that all details held on eMR are correct at the time of the final deadline for registration as these details constitute your final examination timetable.
Students are strongly advised not to leave finalizing the registration until the last day.
Different departments have different rules about whether you can take modules if you do not have the stated pre-requisites.
Economics The stated pre-requisites are strictly enforced and you will not be permitted to take a module if you do not have the required pre-requisite. You will be removed from a module if you registered for it and have not taken the required pre-requisites.
Statistics A module leader may permit you to take a module if you do not have the stated pre-requisites and they believe that you have an equivalent background from alternative sources.
Computer Science A module leader may permit you to take a module if you do not have the stated pre-requisites and they believe that you have an equivalent background from alternative sources. However, please note that a module leader will make a judgement based on the information available to them at the time and you may still be disadvantaged by not having the stated pre-requisites.
Mathematics You are permitted to take Mathematics modules by adding them to your module registration without consulting the module leader. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have sufficient background understanding for the module.
Mitigating Circumstances If you are permitted to take a module without the stated pre-requisites it is at your own risk, even if you have the module leader’s permission. The module leader will make a judgement based on the information available to them at the time, but they will not have full knowledge of your background and you may still be disadvantaged by not having the stated pre-requisites. A lack of appropriate background would not be an eligible reason for mitigating circumstances.
It is a university rule that if assessed work or class tests which contribute more than 10% towards the final mark for a module are submitted by the student for credit then it is no longer possible to deregister from the module even if this takes place before the general deadline for deregistration. This rule is strictly adhered to for ST modules however some Departments waive this rule. If you want to deregister from a non-ST module after completing more than 10% of the assessed work you are advised to discuss with the support office of the Department delivering the module.
Additionally it is not permitted to deregister from a module with a substantial groupwork component after the end of week 3 of the module. Modules that are known to have a substantial groupwork component include IB349/IB408 Operational Research in Strategic Planning/with advanced topics, IB3J2/IB411 Decision Making under Uncertainty/with advanced topics, IB352 Applied Optimisation, ST332 Medical Statistics, ST344 Professional Practice of Data Analysis and ST409 Medical Statistics with Advanced Topics. However it should be noted that any other modules with a substantial coursework component will also have restricted deregistration.
Students who were registered for an overload by the end of the module registration deadline can deregister modules during the following additional periods;
- Week 10 of term 2
- Week 1 of term 3 (via Support Office)
You must adhere to the deadline for deregistering; modules that you are registered for after this deadline cannot be removed and will appear on your transcript.
Some departments run preregistration for modules available to continuing students during the previous academic year. Modules with preregistration usually have a maximum possible number of students and will not offer places after the cap is reached. Early preregistration may required to secure a place on a module.
All module choices that do not appear in course regulation lists must have an unusual option form submitted in addition to preregistration.
Known information about Departments / modules with preregistration is shown below however information about preregistration is usually sent out by email. You should check your emails regularly and follow instructions to ensure that you preregister for any popular modules that you may be interested in.
Applies to: All non-core IB modules (including listed modules)
Location of preregistration: http://my.wbs.warwick.ac.uk
Timing: Early May
Additional notes: There is a maximum CATS of IB modules that students from Statistics can preregister for. See course notes on regulations for each year for more details. The initial preregistration is NOT first come, first served and all applications during module application will be considered at the same time. Once students are confirmed on modules the application system will reopen (likely to be late July / early August) and students can join any modules that have places remaining.
Applies to: ST340 Programming for Data Science and ST344 Professional Practice of Data Analysis
Location of preregistration: Module Information pages
Timing: 2-3 weeks prior to start of term in which the module runs.
Additional notes: Completion of form does not guarantee a place although the time that the form is submitted may be a factor. Criteria for allocation of places on modules are listed on the module information pages.
Applies to: All non-core economics modules
Location of preregistration: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/current/ug/modules/external-student-modules
Timing: Term 3 of previous academic year onwards.
Additional Information: Completion of form does not guarantee a place. A separate module choice “survey” takes place in term 3, which is used to plan timetabling and room sizes.
Applies to: All Language Centre modules
Location of preregistration:
- Students should first complete an online pre-enrolment form https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/languagecentre/academic/enrolment/internalenrolment/forcredit/
- Attendance IN PERSON at an enrolment day is required.
- Friday 27th September 10:00 - 16:00
- Tuesday 1st October 10:00 - 16:00
- Thursday 3rd October 10:00 - 16:00
Applies to: All IATL modules
Location of preregistration: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/study/ugmodules/request/
Timing: Approximately late Easter onwards.
Additional Information: Completion of form does not guarantee a place although the time that the form is submitted may be a factor. Criteria for allocation of places on modules is shown on the IATL module page https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/study/ugmodules/