Welcome to the Exams Section
The Examinations Section of the Academic Office is responsible for organising annually well in excess of a thousand different examinations which are sat by over fifteen thousand students across the University.
Please note that some examinations (e.g. Language Centre exams and some taught postgraduate exams) are organised by the relevant teaching department - please contact the department concerned for information about these.
Contacting the Exams Section
If you have any enquiries about examinations please email email@example.com or call us on 024 7652 3633 (University extension 23633).
Module Registration for 2017/18: Spring Term 2018
Where permitted by individual academic departments, module registration will be open between 8th - 26th January 2018 for students to amend their module registrations and module assessment methods for the current academic year (2017/18).
The following departments have notified module registration will be open during the above period for their undergraduate and/or taught postgraduate students as indicated below:
For UNDERGRADUATE students based in the following departments/centres: History, Life Sciences, Lifelong Learning, Mathematics, Physics, Politics & International Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics.
For TAUGHT POSTGRADUATE students based in the following departments/centres: Complexity Science, Computer Science, Cultural Policy Studies, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics.
Departments not listed above may in some cases still permit students to make amendments via their departmental offices - please check with your department.
Students on certain taught postgraduate courses may have update access at different or additional times; students will be informed where this is the case by their academic departments.
All other students retain read-only access to their module registration records.
If you have any questions about which module selections and/or assessment methods you may choose for 2017/18, or about the academic content of modules, please contact the appropriate members of staff in your academic department.
Please note that the process deadlines are important and students will not be permitted to make changes later in the year after a stated deadline has expired.
For student instructions for eVision module registration in the Spring Term 2018, click here for the eMR Help Page.
*PLEASE REMEMBER* that students whose home department is one of the following:
School of Law (LA)
Warwick Business School (WBS)
Warwick Medical School (WMS)
Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)
History (Taught Postgraduate degrees)
DO NOT USE the eVision system for module registration and SHOULD REFER TO THEIR DEPARTMENTS FOR ALL MODULE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS (noting that the same deadlines will apply as for students using the eVision system).
Also please note: Warwick Business School (WBS) modules: please note that if you are a student based in an academic department other than the Warwick Business School but you wish to take a Warwick Business School option module, the WBS requires that you should first register the module choice with the School independently and additionally to your registration of the module in eMR - please contact the WBS and/or see the WBS website for further information.
EVision module registration (eMR) is an integrated module of the University's Tribal student record system (known as the SITS system). The eMR system is accessed via www.warwick.ac.uk/evision ; you will need your IT Services username and password to be able to log on. There is a Help Page and FAQs for guidance and an email link for system queries. *Students should read the guidance notes carefully before using the system*.
A list of key weeks relating to module registration for 2017/18 is available here; please ensure that you adhere to all stated deadlines.
*Please remember that students are ultimately responsible for ensuring thay have registered for the correct modules and assessments at the correct times*. If specified deadlines are not observed, please note you will not be able to make late changes.
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JANUARY 2018 EXAMINATIONS:
For the timetable for examinations to be held in the first week of the Spring Term, see "January Examinations" under the "Exam Timetables" link at the top left of this page.