The enrolment functions in ModReg@EduRec, as well as information on how the different Registration Rounds will be conducted for each of the functions, are provided below.
Students are also strongly encouraged to refer to the ModReg User Guide for Students, which provides screenshots on how to navigate within ModReg.
All Undergraduate (UG) students will enrol for modules through the [Select Modules] function in ModReg@EduRec.
Graduate (GD) students will enrol for modules through the [Select Modules] function for modules used towards their programme requirements (refer here).
Priority Scores computed for modules selected under this function will be based on the priority scoring rubrics.
In this round, GD students may select all Round 1 modules and programme elective modules (from own and other departments).
Students will vie for a spot in the module within the available places allotted to their student category (e.g. separate numbers for UG and GD).
This round is similar to Round 2 except that the balance quotas are merged for all categories of students (GD/UG/NG/CPE) to optimise class enrolment. That is, un-used quota from a particular category of students may be allocated to students from another category.
(Not applicable to UG students)
Graduate (GD) students will utilise this [Submit Module Requests] function to request for non-programme requirement modules (i.e. cross-faculty modules). The request will go through a two-step approval process: it is first routed to the home department for decision before approved requests are routed to the module host(s) for final assessment.
There is only one round of [Submit Module Requests] each semester.
With effect from Sem 1, AY2022/2023, Graduate Coursework (GDC) students taking non-programme requirement modules from self-funded (i.e. non-subsidised) programmes might be charged module fee for the module. Please contact the module host for more information.
Students will register for Tutorials/Labs after they have been allocated their modules. Students can refer to the [View My Classes] function to see the modules allocated to them.
Tutorial/lab registration is by balloting. The allocation of tutorial groups is an exercise that is separate from the allocation of modules by [Select Modules] or [Submit Module Requests]. Students should refer to the registration schedule for the dates of the different rounds for Tutorials/Labs registration.
For cross-listed modules that do not have tutorial groups of their own, please check the tutorial groups under the parent module code even though you may have registered under the cross-listed module code.
A tutorial group may be cancelled if enrolment for the group is low. If students cannot find a suitable tutorial group for a module, they may be required to drop the module and be asked to choose an alternative module with vacancies.
Students who read modules offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences have to register for tutorial groups for their modules. Otherwise, the Faculty will withdraw the module with a ‘W’ grade in Week 5 of the semester.
Stages of Tutorial Registration:
1. [Select Tutorials/Labs] Function
2. [Add/Swap Tutorials/Labs] Function
3. Submission of appeals for tutorials to Module Host Departments
Dropping of modules:
A student may drop a module he/she is enrolled in so long as the remaining MCs meet the minimum workload requirement. When a module is dropped, all associated classes (e.g. lectures, seminar, tutorial, labs, etc.) will be dropped in tandem.
When dropping a module, students should be mindful of the “W” and “F” grade period (refer to Academic Calendar). In general, students will be able to drop modules via the [Drop Classes] function before the “F” grade period. A student should approach the module host faculty if he/she has difficulty dropping modules via ModReg@EduRec.
Dropping of tutorial/lab classes:
Students may drop a tutorial/lab class they have been successfully allocated if they wish to change to another class. Dropping a tutorial/lab class will not de-enrol a student from his/her module.
Where demand for a selected module exceeds the available places, the Priority Scores of students seeking to read a particular module will be used to determine module allocation.
The Priority Score for a module selected by a student is computed based on the Priority Scoring Rubrics applicable to the different student categories.
|Programme Requirements Category (in descending order of points) - An|
|Programme core modules|
|Programme electives (from own department)|
|Programme electives (from other departments)|
|Students’ Seniority (in descending order of points) - Bn|
|Type of Programmes (in descending order of points) - Cn|
|Rank Preference of Modules (in descending order of points) - Dn|
When students have the same Priority Score for a module and the demand exceeds the places available, tie-breakers are used to determine the final module allocation. Below are the tie-breakers for graduate students
|Tie-breakers (in descending order of consideration)|
|Student's home faculty is module host faculty|
|Module feedback points (not applicable to Yale-NUS modules)|
|Module Planning Exercise (MPE) points (w.e.f. Sem 1, AY2021/22)|