Full-time undergraduate students

The majority of full-time undergraduate students will need to complete their module registration online. Your registry office will send you an email confirming the process.

Please note: your core modules are automatically registered and depending on your programme specification you will need to register options, electives and/or free choice modules.

Before the module registration process opens online, think carefully about the modules you'd like to study – spaces on modules are limited. When you've completed your online module registration, you will not normally be permitted to make any changes.  

Some full-time undergraduate students will need to register their modules by completing a Module Registration Form rather than selecting modules online - your registry office will email you with details.

If your registry office advises you to complete a Module Registration Form, you'll need to list all your modules for the next academic year on the form – your core, option, elective and/or free choice modules.

If you're currently studying as a module retriever, you'll be treated as though you're progressing full-time to the next level of study in 2018/19 and will be able to select modules online accordingly.

Part-time students

Online module registration is available for some part-time courses - your registry office will email you with details on registering your modules, but keep an eye on the Student Hub homepage for news and alerts too.

Postgraduate students

Online module registration is available for some postgraduate courses - your registry office will email you with details on registering your modules, but check the Student Hub homepage for news and alerts too.

Westminster Plus Electives

Westminster Plus Electives are credit-bearing modules that will provide you with the opportunity to expand your professional skills and career development. 

Choosing a Westminster Plus Elective will give you the opportunity to undertake work-based learning, develop projects and experience different areas of study within the University.

Find out more about Westminster Plus Electives.

Need help or have any questions?

Just get in touch with your registry office.