When to enrol on your modules

Module enrolment takes place during specific dates, depending on your level of study. When you enrol on a module it automatically feeds through to Minerva overnight.

Module enrolment dates 2020/21 

 

Opening times (10am)

Closing times (midnight)

Returning undergraduates

Optional Modules: 

Students moving into year 3 and above - 14 July 

Students moving into year 2 - 15 July

 

14 August (Chemistry, Design)

or

4 September 2020 (all other Schools)

Discovery Modules:

28 July

New undergraduates

Optional and Discovery Modules: 

02 September

24 September

Taught Postgraduates

(new & returning)

Postgraduate enrolment dates vary by Parent School. 

View postgraduate enrolment dates

 

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, 2020/21 module teaching and assessment information is being kept under review. The latest information can be found on our Module Enrolment & Covid-19 statement.

Can I change my module(s)?

The module enrolment area within Student Services is available for a specific time period, dependant on your year and level of study. If you wish to amend your module choices you can return to Student Services during this time period, where you can enrol upon alternative choices and drop modules you no longer wish to study. Please be aware that any module space you drop will immediately be released to other students.

If you are considering any changes after online module enrolment has closed, you will need to complete a change of module form. The change has to be approved by the teaching school(s) of the new and old module, along with your parent school..

Do I need to enrol for all my modules?

You only need to enrol for optional and discovery modules. If your programme is made up of purely compulsory modules, you don’t need to complete module enrolment. For more information about your curriculum and its requirements, see the module and programme catalogues.

Study abroad students

You should have enrolled on modules before you arrived in Leeds. If you want to change any of your module choices or you've had problems with enrolment, contact the study abroad coordinator in your parent school or advisers in the Study Abroad Office