School of Mathematics & Statistics

Pre-Registration

Pre-Registration Information 2016/17

Overview

Each April, undergraduate students must pre-register for the modules they wish to study in the following academic year.

Your course lectureres will provide you with more information about the Pre-Registration process. 

You will also attend a session with the Degree Programme Directors (DPDs) in which they will explain each programme's regulations and how these affect module choices, as well as student sets (for students going into Stage 3), and a timeline of the process.

Please ensure you attend the relevant session for your stage to avoid any issues with your module selection.

Session for Stage 1 students going into Stage 2

Wednesday 20 April, 10:00
Lecture Theatre 1, Herschel Building (at the beginning of the MAS1604 lecture).

Session for Stage 2 students going into Stage 3

Tuesday 19 April, 11:00
Lecture Theatre 2, Herschel Building.

Session for Stage 3 students going into Stage 4

Wednesday 20 April, 13:00
Teaching Room 4, Herschel Building.

Student Sets

Students going into Stage 3 are expected to pre-register for sets of modules in order to avoid timetable clashes.

Although there is more choice at Stage 3, not every combination of modules will be possible due to the timetable. In order to avoid timetable clashes as much as possible and allow students the greatest amount of choice, we've identified sets of modules within the degree programme regulations.

The sets include a range of modules that are both educationally advisable and have proven popular in the past.

You should:

  • choose one set from Semester 1, and pre-register for all modules in this set
  • choose one set from Semester 2, and pre-register for all modules in this set

You are required to pre-register for 60 credits in each semester.

For more information, see our advice document (PDF: 96KB). 

Student sets

Programme Regulations

Regulation information for all undergraduate degree programmes delivered by the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

GN13 GN1X G1N3 G1NZ Programme Regulations (PDF: 354KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • GN13 Financial Mathematics BSc Honours
  • GN1X Financial Mathematics with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 
  • G1N3 Mathematics with Finance BSC Honours 
  • G1NZ Mathematics with Finance with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 

G1NF G1NX Programme Regulations (PDF: 324KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • G1NF Financial Mathematics with Management BSc Honours 
  • G1NX Financial Mathematics with Management with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 

G100 G10X Programme Regulations (PDF: 348KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • G100 Mathematics BSc Honours 
  • G10X Mathematics with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 

G103 Programme Regulations (PDF: 373KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • G103 Mathematics MMath Honours 

G1N2 G1NY Programme Regulations (PDF: 323KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • G1N2 Mathematics with Management BSc Honours 
  • G1NY Mathematics with Management with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 

GG13 GG1X Programme Regulations (PDF: 435KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • GG13 Mathematics and Statistics BSc Honours
  • GG1X Mathematics and Statistics with Industrial Placement BSc Honours

GGC3 Programme Regulations (PDF: 374KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • GGC3 Mathematics and Statistics MMathStat Honours

G300 G30X Programme Regulations (PDF: 424KB) includes regulations for the following programmes:

  • G300 Statistics BSc Honours 
  • G30X Statistics with Industrial Placement BSc Honours 

Module descriptions

To find out about individual modules, please visit the Module Catalogue and search for the relevant module code.