WSMAD module registration

Module registration for the 2018–19 academic session will open from 8am on Wednesday 4 April 2018.

All students will be automatically registered for core modules, you will need to register for any course options or Westminster Plus Elective modules.

Once module registration opens, a link for ‘Student Module Registration’ will appear via your SRS Web page. You will receive an email about how to use the online system.

All full-time continuing undergraduate students should follow the instructions for online module registration sent to them via email. Paper forms will not be accepted. If you experience any difficulties, please contact the Registry.

Please think carefully about your choices - once you have submitted your module choices, you will not normally be able to make any changes.

Westminster Plus Electives 

Westminster Plus Electives are credit bearing modules that can help you to develop the skills that future employers are looking for. When you are asked to complete module registration you should take a look at what's on offer from the Westminster Plus Electives.

Online module registration – Undergraduate courses

Current L4 and L5 undergraduate students, fully enrolled on the following full-time courses will be able to make their module choices online:

Offline module registration

The following students will not be able to register their module choices online:

  • Students going on placement year
  • Suspended students
  • Students with finance hold code
  • Postgraduate students

BA/BMus Music: Production, Performance and Enterprise

Due to course revalidation students on Undergraduate Music degree programmes will not be eligible to participate in online module registration. The Registry will be in touch in due course on how to register your module selections for 2018–19.

Changes to module registration

Please think carefully about your choices - once you have submitted your module choices, you will not normally be able to make any changes.

If your summer results mean you are no longer able to study the modules you have registered for, the registry will contact you with further advice.

Study Abroad for semester

If you are intending to apply to study abroad under an exchange programme for a semester in 2018–19, please still continue to select all module choices for the full year (120 credits). If you are then accepted on the exchange programme, once your place has been confirmed the modules for the relevant semester will be deleted.

See further information on Study Abroad and details of how and when to apply.