Information about Choosing Your Modules in the School of English and Drama

Introduction

In the School of English and Drama we want to make the process of choosing what you study next year as straightforward and clear as possible. There are three main parts to the process:

1. READ THE MODULE DIRECTORY and discuss the modules you'd like to take next year with your Advisor;

2. visit the ONLINE MODULE FAIRS on Wednesday 23 February;

3. COMPLETE YOUR MODULE PREFERENCES FORM (MPF) and submit it online by 13 March 2022.

 

While we work hard to allocate you to the modules you most want to take, it is not always possible to do so for all students. The most popular modules may be oversubscribed, meaning that not all students are able to take them. The Module Preferences Form (MPF) allows you to identify a range of modules you’d like to take, and to submit your "ideal" and "reserve" preferences. Wherever possible, we assign you to the modules you list as "ideal" preferences.

 

Queen Mary centrally timetables all taught modules across the University. The timetable will only be generated after students' module registrations have been confirmed by academic Schools. In cases of timetable clashes, we may need to revise your module registrations at that stage (the School of English and Drama will contact you by email if that is the case).

 

The School of English and Drama does not open the MySIS module registration task for students on its programmes. (Once we have allocated you to your modules, we will register you on them directly in MySIS.) Students taking joint programmes with other Schools must follow the joint School's instructions for selecting those modules run by History/SLLF.

 

Use these web-pages to find out how to:

 

If you need additional help at any stage during the process of choosing your modules for 2022/23 get in touch with any one of the following:

  • your Advisor(s)
  • the Administrative Team at sed-information@qmul.ac.uk
  • administrative or academic staff members in your other School (if you’re a joint honours student)