Module registration

Your London Met course consists of a number of modules, some of which are core to your course and some which are optional. CORE modules are compulsory to ALL students in your course, and most first year undergraduate courses consist entirely of core modules.

As you progress through your course, you may be able to specialise into areas that most interest you by choosing OPTION modules. 


Students who progress to the next year of study for 2018/19 will be invited to confirm their modules for the upcoming academic year from 23 July.

You will be sent an email from your Student Hub inviting you to confirm your modules online via Evision. This email will advise you of your deadline for confirming your modules.

Core modules will have been allocated for you, you will need to confirm your preferred optional modules.

It is important that you respond promptly to the deadline set in the email for confirming your modules, otherwise you may not get to study the modules of your choice. If you do not select your modules by the deadline, the University will allocate you a default programme.

Request to change your allocated modules should be made via your Student Hub. No changes to modules can be made after week two of teaching.

Some students will have re-assessments during the summer, and will not be able to confirm their modules until their re-assessment results are published. Your final progression decision will be published 29 August 2018.

If you pass your re-assessments and progress to the next year of study, you will be invited to confirm your modules online via Evision.

If you do not progress to the next year of study, and will need to remain at your current level for 2018/19, you will need to agree your module selection with your Tutor. You will receive further information about this from your Student Hub when final results and progression decisions have been published.

Core - these modules are compulsory, you must complete them in order to meet the requirements of your award

Option - designed to provide opportunities for breadth (extension of knowledge or a modern language module) and depth (subject specific option module)

Prerequisite/prior learning requirement - these are modules which must be taken before proceeding to study subsequent module(s).

Open Language Module (OL) – some undergraduate courses allow a language module for which you will need to attend a language evaluation session to be assessed and registered at the appropriate level.  

Extension of Knowledge (EoK) module - Extension of Knowledge modules are undergraduate options from subject areas outside your main subject(s). You may choose from an approved list of modules offered within and across Schools. 

Work Related Modules – as part of the University’s five star promise you will be able to undertake work experience whilst studying which will count towards your academic qualification. All undergraduate students will do a 15 credit WRL module at either level 5 or level 6 in subsequent years. Please choose your WRL module from the EoK module list (the WRL module will usually have a 'W' letter in the module code).

Please note that not all programmes offer a choice of modules and therefore you might not have the opportunity to alter the modules that are allocated to you. 

Undergraduate modules are generally worth 15 or 30 credits. At the end of the academic year once you have achieved enough credits and satisfied the requirements of your course you will be permitted to progress to the next level.

Please refer to the Undergraduate Progression Matrix for rules relating to progression.

As a Full-time student your modules (including core) should add up to between 90 and 120 credits for each academic year, or between 15 and 90 if studying part-time.

Your core (compulsory) modules will automatically be selected on your behalf.

Part time students and full time students starting at higher levels than the first year (direct entry) will be invited to plan their modules, the Student Hub will provide further information once module registration for 2018/19 is available.  For part time students, the intended credits registered cannot exceed 90 in an academic year.

Before you select your modules

Before selecting your modules, it is recommended that you review your course structure, research potential modules you are interested in, ensuring you have the appropriate pre-requisites.

Please check you are on the correct course and year. If not, please contact your Student Hub.

Some modules have restricted availability and places are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Once an option module is full you will not be able to select it, and therefore you will have to make another choice.

When selecting your option modules, you need to make sure that they do not clash with your core modules.


Module registration and programme planning FAQ

You will be able to modify your choice(s) during the first two weeks of each semester ONLY and it is your responsibility to ensure that your module registration is up-to-date and accurate.

Changes are subject to module availability ie the module being offered on the semester/year you want to take and the module not being full.

Approval of your programme -  you will be notified by e-mail if there are changes that have to be made to the modules you have listed. 

These are modules which normally must be passed/completed before you may proceed to study a subsequent module(s).

This is to ensure that you have an appropriate level of knowledge to study the later module(s).  

Module registration is the process of selecting the option modules you intend to study in a particular academic year.  If you do not have modules selected you will not be able to reenrol on your course in the next academic year.

Core modules are compulsory modules in order to meet the requirements of your award.

Option modules are available at levels 5 and 6. Option modules are designed to provide opportunities for breadth (extension of knowledge or a modern language module) and depth (subject specific option module). 

All students are required to have a complete programme of studies registered before they can re-enrol. 

If you believe you have registered for all your modules, and are still having difficulty re-enrolling, please contact the Student Hub. 

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