The Academic Plan(s), which can be a Major/Second Major/Minor/Specialisation/Track, has impact on the curricular priority given to students for their module choices during the ModReg exercise. Hence, it is important for students to verify that their Academic Plan(s) is/are accurately reflected in their record at the Education Records System (myEduRec) every semester.
|Students submit application via myEduRec||Start of reading week to end of 1st week of examinations|
|Faculties process applications||After examinations and before Module Registration for the next semester starts|
|Students checks outcome of applications via myEduRec||After the previous semester examinations results release and before Module Registration for next semester starts|
Note: If you have been approved to read a restricted programme, you need to fulfil the requirements specified for the programme to be deemed to have completed the programme successfully.
Most Undergraduate programmes and a limited number of Graduate programmes require its students to declare their Academic Plan before the ModReg exercise.
To ensure that students are assigned the appropriate curricular priority for their module choices in ModReg, students are strongly advised to complete their Academic Plan Declaration (if applicable) 24 hours before participating in the ModReg exercise.
The user guide for the Academic Plan Application/Declaration function in EduRec can be found here.
Students should approach the respective Faculty/School/Department/Institute if they have any queries/clarifications on their Academic Plan(s).