Choosing your Modules
During your first year, L100 and LM1D students are required to take between 144 and 150 CATs, and L116 students are required to take between 136 and 147 CATs. You should also ensure that you have looked at optional modules you wish to take and when/where they take place.
You can take optional modules within the Department of Economics or you may prefer to take an optional module from another Department, in which case you will need to speak to the relevant Department to register for those modules and find out when lectures/seminars/classes commence.
Once lectures begin in Academic Week 1, you will typically have 2 hours of lectures per week for the remaining weeks of term. Even if your optional modules are not yet confirmed, you should be attending the relevant lectures until your decision has been finalised to ensure you do not miss any key information.
You will need to make sure that there are no timetable clashes with your optional modules and if one arises, you should go to the Undergraduate Office. You must finalise your module choices by the end of week 3. More information on choosing your optional modules will be available in the Optional Modules Session during Welcome Week.
Please note that you are not allowed to choose extra modules taking you over the 150 CATS limit.
eVision Module Registration
On your arrival to the University, you will need to register your module/exam choices using the eVision Module Registration (EMR) system.
Choosing Warwick Business School (WBS) Modules
Economics students wishing to register for WBS modules must do so through the my.wbs system. You are not required to contact their undergraduate team or visit their office, although, you may of course contact them if you have any specific queries. In order to register for WBS modules, please set up your my.wbs.account which will enable you to access the module application system with ease when it is open. Here is the link to set up your my.wbs account: my.wbs.ac.uk/registration
- Find out more about available modules and how to choose and register for them.
- It is your responsibility to find lecture theatres and classrooms, so use your first week to take a tour and familiarise yourself with the campus.
- When you have made your module selection through e.Vision, you can then view your personal timetable through Start.Warwick.
- Browse the times and locations of all university modules.