ModReg@EduRec

Yale-NUS Online Module Registration (ModReg) Exercise for AY2020/2021 Semester 2 (Undergraduate)

The Module Registration Exercise for Yale-NUS students is done online via ModReg@EduRec and consists of three rounds.

Please click here for calendar view of the ModReg schedule.

Modules Registration Rounds

Registration Round Open Close Registration Platform
ROUND 1 Monday,
09 Nov 2020 (0900hr)
Wednesday,
11 Nov 2020
(1200hr)
ADD Yale-NUS modules.

ADD NUS Centre for Language Studies (CLS) modules.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Select Modules” function for Yale-NUS modules. For NUS CLS modules, please refer to “Round 1” for details on the registration process.

ROUND 2 Monday,
04 Jan 2021 (0900hr)
Tuesday,
05 Nov 2020 (1200hr)
ADD/DROP Yale-NUS modules.

ADD/DROP NUS modules.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Select Modules” function.

For NUS modules with tutorials/labs, please refer to “NUS Modules Tutorial/Lab Registration Rounds” below.

The Vacancy Report, which shows the number of available spaces in each Yale-NUS module post-Round 1 can be referred here. (To be updated near start of Round 2)

ROUND 3 Thursday,
07 Nov 2020 (0900hr)
Friday,
09 Nov 2020 (1200hr)
ADD/DROP Yale-NUS modules.

ADD/DROP NUS modules.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Select Modules” function.

For NUS modules with tutorials/labs, please refer to “NUS Modules Tutorial/Lab Registration Rounds” below.

The Vacancy Report, which shows the number of available spaces in each Yale-NUS module post-Round 2 can be referred here. (To be updated post-Round 2)

Start of Semester Monday,
11 Jan 2021
Friday,
22 Jan 2021
Appeal to ADD/DROP Yale-NUS modules.

Appeal to ADD/DROP NUS modules.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Submit Appeals/Inquiries” function.

For NUS modules with tutorials/labs, please refer to “NUS Modules Tutorial/Lab Registration Rounds” below.

The Vacancy Report, which shows the number of available spaces in each Yale-NUS module post-Round 3 can be referred here. (To be updated post-Round 3)

NUS Modules Tutorial/Lab Registration Rounds (Not applicable to Yale-NUS modules)

Registration Round Open Close Registration Platform
Tutorials/Labs Registration Round 1 Tuesday,
12 Jan 2021 (0900hr)
Tuesday,
12 Jan 2021 (1700hr)
Applicable to NUS modules with tutorials/labs.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Select Tutorials/Labs” function.

Tutorials/Labs Registration Round 2 Thursday,
14 Jan 2021 (0900hr)
Thursday,
14 Jan 2021 (1700hr)
Applicable to NUS modules with tutorials/labs.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec and use “Select Tutorials/Labs” function.

Add/Swap Tutorials Saturday,
16 Jan 2021 (0900hr)
Monday,
18 Jan 2021 (01200hr)
Applicable to NUS modules with tutorials/labs.

Please log-in using your NUSNET ID and password to access ModReg@EduRec “Add/Swap Tutorials” function.

Enquiries

Please email to registry@yale-nus.edu.sg.

Gentle reminders:

  1. In order to participate in the Module Registration Exercise, students have to clear any outstanding fees for the current semester.
  2. Check your Yale-NUS email regularly. You should also send your emails to the College administrators from your Yale-NUS email account to ensure that your emails are properly received and not left unattended in spam/junk boxes.

Module Add/Drop Timelines

Type of Modules Last date to add Last date to drop without ‘W’ grade Last date to drop with a ‘W’ grade but without ‘F’ grade Remarks
Yale-NUS 2.5 MC / 5MC full semester modules 1800hr on Friday,
22 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
2359hrs on Sunday,
24 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
1700hr on Friday,
16 Apr 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
Yale-NUS half semester modules (first half) 1700hr on Friday,
15 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
1700hr on Friday,
15 Jan 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
1700hr on Friday,
19 Feb 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
Please use Yale-NUS Module Drop Form for all half-semester modules.
Yale-NUS half semester modules (second half) 1800hr on Friday,
22 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
1700hr on Friday,
5 Mar 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
1700hr on Friday,
9 Apr 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
Yale-NUS Independent Study modules or Special Project in Science (IRR/SPS/ ILSR ) 1700hr on Friday,
15 Jan 2021 via Yale-NUS IRR/SPS/ ILSR registration form
2359hrs on Sunday,
24 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
1700hr on Friday,
16 Apr 2021
via Yale-NUS Module Drop Form
NUS elective modules 1800hrs on Friday,
22 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
2359hrs on Sunday,
24 Jan 2021
via ModReg@EduRec
2359hrs on Sunday,
28 Feb 2021
via ModReg@EduRec

 

 

ModReg@EduRec is the College’s module registration platform where students select and drop classes, tutorials and labs classes. It employs a rules-driven, priority-based engine to allocate modules based on each student’s curricular needs, seniority in the programme and module preferences. Students can refer to the ModReg User Guide for Students to navigate within the system.

  • Rules-Driven: Curricular Needs
    This rule ensures priority is given to students who need a particular module to fulfil their curricular needs (E.g. Major and Minor requirements etc). Please log on to myEduRec and generate the ‘My Graduation Audit’ report. This report provides an overview of your graduation requirements based on the academic plans declared and the modules that you have passed. You may refer here for the user guides.
  • Priority-Based: Student Seniority
    This rule ensures priority is assigned to students based on their seniority in the course of their studies, e.g. A Year 3 student will be considered first for the same module selected by a Year 2 student, given the Year 3 student has a shorter candidature to fulfilling their degree requirements.
  • Priority-Based: Module Preferences
    In ModReg, students are required to rank the modules they have selected in the order of their preference. This rule recognises that one student’s desire for a module may be different from another. Hence, priority is accorded to the student who ranks a module higher than another

Priority Score & Tie-Breakers

What is the purpose of the Priority Score?
A Priority Score is computed for each module based on student’s curricular needs, seniority and module preferences.

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. Students with higher Priority Scores shall fill the class spaces first and those with lower scores will only be considered if there are still vacancies.

How is the Priority Score of a module computed?
The Priority Score for a module selected by a student is computed based on the Priority Scoring Rubrics below by means of the formula: An x Bn x Cn.

An – Programme Requirements Category (in descending order of points allocated)

  • UTown/USP modules
  • Major core and 1st Major 1st Specialisation modules
  • 1st Major modules*
  • Second Major Specialisation modules
  • Faculty Requirement modules*
  • Second Major modules
  • Restricted/Direct Minor modules*
  • Unrestricted Elective*/General Education modules
    *Only module categories in green font are applicable to Yale-NUS students.

Bn – Students’ Seniority (in descending order of points allocated)

  • Year 4
  • Year 3
  • Year 2
  • Year 1

Cn – Rank Preference of Modules (in descending order of points allocated)

  • Rank 1
  • Rank 2
  • Rank 3
  • Rank 4
  • Rank 5
  • Rank 6
  • Rank 7
  • Rank 8

What happens when students have the same Priority Score for a module?
When students have the same Priority Scores vying for a spot, tie-breakers are used to determine the final module allocation. The tie-breakers in descending order of consideration are:

  • Students who have not attained minimum workload
  • Student’s home faculty is module host faculty (E.g. If there are NUS students applying for Yale-NUS modules, priority will be accorded to Yale-NUS students)
  • Module feedback points (applicable to NUS modules only)
  • Random balloting

Reserve Classes

What are Reserve classes?
Reserve classes are for students to indicate their next preferred module class in the event that they are unsuccessful for a particular main list module. Students are strongly encouraged to make use of this function to indicate up to two reserved modules for each module in the main list.

How do the Reserve classes function work?
Modules in the main list will be processed first. In the event module allocation for the module on the student’s main list is unsuccessful, the system will process entries in the reserve list. The reserve class will be given the same rank score as that particular main list module. E.g., if the reserve module class is for Rank 1 main list module, then it will be given Rank 1 score points.

However, please note that ModReg@EduRec only checks for timetable/exam clashes, fulfilment of pre-requisites and availability of module vacancies when students select their main list Modules. Students can select reserve modules unreservedly but may not necessarily be allocated the reserve module(s) if there is a timetable conflict with their allocated modules or if the student has not met the prerequisites to read the module.

The above information is adapted from the NUS ModReg website

 

Students are encouraged to map out their study plan well before the start of the Module Registration Exercise.

If you have not already done so, you may refer to the following in chronological order as a guide:

Degree Requirements Planning

Students may check on their degree requirements and progress using the following reports in EduRec.

1) Unofficial transcript via View my Transcript

2)  Graduation Progress Reports: My Graduation Audit Report’ ,My What-if Report

Module Planning

1) Module Offerings

Please refer to the Yale-NUS Module Brief, for the Semester 2 AY2020/2021 modules and timetable information.

Note on major/minor: If you plan to change your declared Major/Minor, please submit your request via myYaleNUS. The outcome of the change as approved by the respective Head of Studies must be received by Yale-NUS Registry at least 5 working days before the start of each round in order for the rule-based priority to take place in ModReg.

2) Module Pre-requisites

Students are advised to check the module pre-requisite, co-requisite or preclusion requirements prior to registering for the module. Please contact Registry for assistance or to submit an appeal if:

a) You meet the pre-requisite in the form of an O/A-level or equivalent or in the form of module(s) taken during study abroad but encountered difficulty selecting the module on the module registration platform.

b) You are currently taking a pre-requisite to the module that you are interested in reading in the coming semester but encountered difficulty selecting the module during Round 1 of the module registration exercise.
Note: Upon release of your final examination results, if you have not passed the pre-requisite, the module will be dropped unless you have received approval from the module instructor to stay enrolled.

c) You did not meet the pre-requisite(s) of a module but have consulted the instructor for permission to register. You should forward the instructor’s email approval to Yale-NUS Registry for waiver of the pre-requisite in ModReg@EduRec to allow you to select the module.

Timetable Planning

1) Workload

The recommended workload is 20 MC per semester. However, students may register between 18 MC to 23 MC per semester. This workload includes all Yale-NUS modules and NUS modules.

a) Overload

Students planning to overload (more than 23 MC) are required to seek formal approval from your Assistant Dean of Students (AD) using the Overload form. Please note, while students are strongly encouraged to plan and apply for overload early, for equity reasons, you will only be able to select the additional Yale-NUS or NUS elective module during Round 3.

Note for NUS CLS modules: If you register for more than 18 MC of Yale-NUS modules in Round 1, you will not be pre-allocated the CLS module. Instead, you may drop an allocated module and register for the CLS module via ModReg@EduRec during Round 2 or Round 3.

Overload for LAW Double Degree Programme (DDP) students: An overload for a Law DDP student would be defined as any module taken in excess of what is stated in your respective schedule of modules found here. The Faculty of Law has advised that Law DDP students are discouraged from overloading and should not read more than a total of 23 MC in the semester they are reading Law compulsory modules, due to the rigor of the Law curriculum.

For more information, please refer here.

b) Underload

Students planning to underload (less than 18 MC) are required to submit an appeal to your AD with supporting reasons using the Underload form. For underloading with less than 14 MC, students need to further submit a petition to the Committee on Academic Standards (CAS). The petition should be submitted well in advance of the “Add” module deadline so that you will still be in time to add a module in the event the appeal is unsuccessful.

Students who are in their graduating semester are permitted to register a minimum of 14 MC without seeking the permission of their AD as long as they are on-track to meeting graduation requirements.

You are advised to plan carefully as underloading may affect your graduation progress and ability to complete your degree within the stipulated period of candidature.

2) Class and exam timetable clashes

You should register for modules that DO NOT clash in both the class and examination timetables.

3) Early Registration

Module registration is conducted on a round-by-round basis. Students should participate actively from Round 1 in order to secure the modules that they are most interested in.

4) “Reserve Classes”

Students are strongly encouraged to plan for reserves to supplement their module choices in their main list. These modules can be selected using the “Reserve Classes” function in ModReg@EduRec. For every module selected in the main list, students can select up to two reserve modules.

The above helps to allocate you to another module as early as possible, in the event you are not being allocated to the module of your first choice.

 

Round 1 – Monday, 9 Nov, 0900hr to Wednesday, 11 Nov, 1200hr

Please click here for calendar view of ModReg Round 1 schedule.

In this round, you can select the following type of modules:

  1. Yale-NUS modules via ModReg@EduRec.
    Please refer to Yale-NUS Module Brief or NUSMods for the list of Yale-NUS offerings in Semester 2, AY2020/2021.
  2. NUS Centre for Language Studies (CLS) modules via Canvas.
    Please refer to CLS website or NUSMods for the list of CLS offerings in Semester 2, AY2020/2021.

    • Beginning level or progessing to a next level: Submit application request via Canvas. Successful applicants will be pre-allocated with the selected module and can be viewed on ModReg@EduRec when Round 2 opens. If the pre-allocation is unsuccessful, you may register directly via ModReg@EduRec when Round 2 opens.
      For modules with multiple tutorial class options, you will only be pre-allocated to the main lecture class. You will need to select your tutorial class via ModReg@EduRec during NUS Tutorials/Labs registration rounds.
    • Level 2000 and above but do not meet pre-requisites: Please look out and register for placement test dates on CLS website. Students who pass the placement tests can register for the respective module via ModReg@EduRec during Round 2 or Round 3, depending on when you are notified of the placement test results.

Modules offered by other NUS faculties 

Please view the module and timetable information from NUSMods and register via ModReg@EduRec from Round 2.

Selecting modules

  1. Common Curriculum Modules (compulsory for students from Class of 2024)
    Students are to select one of the group options when registering for their Common Curriculum modules.
    Group A (E-Learning): Students who have received prior approval from Dean of Students to be on remote learning in Semester 2 AY2020/2021 need to select this group.

    • YCC1112 Literature and Humanities 2
      Lecture: Tue 0930-1030hr (E-Learning)

      1. Group A: Tue/Fri 1030-1200hr (1 section of E-Learning)
      2. Group B: Tue/Fri 1030-1200hr (5 sections)
      3. Group C: Tue/Fri 1430-1600hr (4 sections)
      4. Group D: Tue/Fri 1800-1930hr (2 sections)
      5. Group E: Tue/Fri 1930-2100hr (2 sections)
    • YCC1114 Philosophy and Political Thought 2
      Lecture: Mon 0930-1030hr (E-Learning)

      1. Group A: Mon/Thu 1930-2100hr (1 section of E-Learning)
      2. Group B: Mon/Thu 1300-1430hr (5 sections)
      3. Group C: Mon/Thu 1600-1730hr (4 sections)
      4. Group D: Mon/Thu 1800-1930hr (2 sections)
      5. Group E: Mon/Thu 1930-2100hr (2 sections)
    • YCC1131 Scientific Inquiry 1
      Lecture: Mon 1100-1200hr (E-Learning)

      1. Group A: Tue/Fri 1300-1430hr (1 section of E-Learning)
      2. Group B: Tue/Fri 1300-1430hr (4 sections)
      3. Group C: Tue/Fri 1430-1600hr (1 section)
      4. Group D: Tue/Fri 1600-1730hr (3 sections)
      5. Group E: Tue/Fri 1800-1930hr (2 sections)
      6. Group F: Tue/Fri 1930-2100hr (2 sections)

    Although students are given the option to select their preferred timings for Common Curriculum seminars, they may be re-allocated to another group if their preferred timing is over-subscribed.

    In addition to selecting their preferred seminar timing, students are encouraged to indicate their next preferred group on their “Reserve Classes”. This is so that in the event they are not allocated to their first-choice group, they may be considered for other choice group(s) in their reserved list.

  2. YCC1133 Week 7: Experiential Learning Field Trip (applicable to Class of 2024) Due to the Covid-19 restrictions in Singapore, the Week 7 programme in Academic Year (AY) 2020-21 was postponed from Semester 1 to Semester 2. In Semester 2 AY2020/2021, Year 1 students will read YCC1112 Literature and Humanities 2, YCC1114 Philosophy and Political Thought 2, YCC1131 Scientific Inquiry , YCC1133 Week 7: Experiential Learning Field Trip and an elective module. YCC1133 Week 7: Experiential Learning Field Trip will be pre-allocated to students in ModReg@EduRec before the start of the Week 7 module. As the YCC1133 experiential learning field trip may take you away from classes in Instructional Week 7, students are strongly discouraged from registering for NUS modules as your elective module. If registration is necessary, the students must inform and seek approval from the NUS instructor to miss class(es) in Instructional Week 7 to attend YCC1133 activities. It is the responsibility of the students to ensure that they are available in Instructional Week 7 to participate in the Week 7 programme, which is a graduation requirement.
  3. Common Curriculum – Historical Immersion modules (applicable to students from Class of 2021 & Class of 2022) Modules designated as fulfilling the Historical Immersion (HI) requirement will be opened only to Year 4 and Year 3 students during Round 1 of the module registration exercise to award priority to senior students. Please find the complete list of HI modules in Module Brief.
  4. Year-long 10 MC Capstone Project Module (applicable to students graduating at the end of Semester 2 AY2020/2021 or end of Semester 1 AY2021/2022) You will be able to view your Capstone Project module in your records when you login to ModReg@EduRec at the start of Round 1. Please inform Registry if you do not see it in your records when Round 1 starts.
  5. YHU4216 Advanced Poetry Writing The pre-requisite for YHU4216 Advanced Poetry Writing is YHU2292 Introduction to Writing Poetry (or with the permission of the instructor) and submission of a portfolio of up to five poems for evaluation by the instructor. Students can submit their portfolio on the Canvas platform from Monday, 9 Nov 2020, 0900hr to Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020, 1200hr. More instructions can be found on Canvas.
  6. Independent Reading and Research (IRR) Module/Special Project in Science  (SPS)/Independent Language Study & Research (ILSR) modules. Effective Semester 2, AY 2020/2021, IRR and ILSR modules will accrue 2.5 MC instead of 2.0 MC. If you are interested to read an independent study module, please refer to the registration forms for IRR , SPS and ILSR. The deadline to submit your registration is 1700hr on Friday, 15 January 2021, end of Instructional Week One. Yale-NUS Registry will notify the outcome of your application (via email) and allocate the independent study module to you by Friday, 22 January 2021, if your application is approved.
  7. Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (SSHSPH) modules SSHSPH offerings for Semester 2, AY2020/2021 modules are published on NUSMods. Students registered in the Concurrent Degree with Yale School of Public Health  (CDP-YSPH MPH) should consult the CDP-YSPH MPH Faculty Advisor about the relevance of the SSHSPH modules to their degree programmes as well as potential alternatives in Yale-NUS. Once you have obtained approval from the CDP-YSPH MPH Faculty Advisor, please forward the approval and inform Yale-NUS Registry on your module choice(s) by 5pm on Monday, 30 Nov 2020.Students who are not on the Concurrent Degree with Yale School of Public Health (CDP-YSPH MPH) are welcome to read undergraduate modules at SSHSPH. SSHSPH charges S$3,500 for each module and students will be billed by SSHSPH directly.  To facilitate registration, kindly submit your module choice(s) to Yale-NUS Registry by 5pm on Monday, 30 Nov 2020.For any questions on SSHSPH modules, you may email Ms. Diane Lai at diane@nus.edu.sg.

Overload applications

Students who have plans to read an overload module(s) are strongly encouraged to submit their overload applications to their AD in Round 1 to aid enrolment projections analysis as the College might cancel modules with low enrolment after Round 1.

Do note however, that while approvals may be granted early, you can only register for your overload module(s) in Round 3, in January 2021.

Post Round 1

  1. Allocation results: You will be notified via email to check the results of Round 1 module registration via ModReg@EduRec. Should you wish to drop an allocated module, you may only do so during Round 2 or Round 3.
  2. Module availability: The information on the number of vacancies of each offered module after Round 1 will be made available on Yale-NUS ModReg website prior to the start of Round 2 module registration on 4 Jan 2021.

Round 2 – Monday, 4 Jan 2021, 0900hr to Tuesday, 5 Jan 2021, 1200hr

Round 3 – Thursday, 7 Jan 2021, 0900hr to Friday, 8 Jan 2021, 1200hr

Please click here for the calendar view of ModReg Round 2 and ModReg Round 3 schedules.

In these two rounds, you can:

  1. Select/add or drop the following type of modules:
    1. Yale-NUS modules via ModReg@EduRec.
    2. NUS undergraduate level modules (modules offered by NUS faculties, Centre for Language Studies, etc) via ModReg@EduRec.

    Note: You may utilise the timetable builder in NUSMods to simulate your desired timetable or check if there are any clashes in the timetables of the modules you are interested before selecting the modules in ModReg@EduRec.

  2. Submit online appeals via the [Submit Appeals/Inquiries] function in ModReg@EduRec to address module/class enrolment issues. To facilitate efficient processing of appeals, please select the correct appeal type:
    Nos Appeal Title Open Close
    1 Drop Pre-allocated Lec/Tut Class Monday,
    04 Jan 2021
    (0900hr)
    Monday,
    18 Jan 2021
    (1200hr)
    2 Issues while selecting Module Monday,
    04 Jan 2021
    (0900hr)
    Monday,
    18 Jan 2021
    (1200hr)
    3 Unable to fulfil Requisites Monday,
    04 Jan 2021
    (0900hr)
    Friday,
    08 Jan 2021
    (0900hr)
    4 Unable to secure module Monday,
    11 Jan 2021
    (0000hr)
    Friday,
    22 Jan 2021
    (1800hr)
    5 Change Lecture Class Monday,
    11 Jan 2021
    (0000hr)
    Friday,
    22 Jan 2021
    (1800hr)
    6 Add/Change Tutorial Class Monday,
    18 Jan 2021
    (1201hr)
    Friday,
    29 Jan 2021
    (1800hr)

    Do note that students would not be able to submit appeals for classes with zero vacancy. Should you need to read such module to fulfill graduation requirements in the current semester, please email Yale-NUS Registry at registry@yale-nus.edu.sg separately. If it is a NUS module, please email the NUS host faculty directly for assistance.

Selecting modules

1. Common Curriculum modules (compulsory for students from Class of 2024)

Students reading YCC1112 Literature and Humanities 2, YCC1114 Philosophy and Political Thought 2 and YCC1131 Scientific Inquiry 1 have been allocated to the 13/14 seminar groups. You can check your assigned group number via ModReg@EduRec when Round 2 opens on 4 Jan 2021 .

As Common Curriculum modules are compulsory, you will not be able to drop them via ModReg@EduRec.

If you wish to swap Common Curriculum groups in Round 2 and Round 3 due to a timetable clash with your preferred elective module please find another student who is willing to do a mutual swap and email Yale-NUS Registry at registry@yale-nus.edu.sg to facilitate the change.

2. Yale-NUS modules Please refer to Yale-NUS Module Brief for the updated list of Yale-NUS offerings and timetable information. Modules that are taught via E-learning are displayed as ‘E-Learning’ in lieu of a class venue.

3. NUS Elective modules Semester 2, AY2020/2021 modules are published on NUSMods.

4. NUS Centre of Language Studies (CLS) modules Semester 2, AY2020/2021 modules are published on NUSMods.

5. Yale-NUS Independent Reading and Research (IRR) Module/Special Project in Science (SPS)/Independent Language Study & Research (ILSR) modules Effective Semester 2, AY 2020/2021, IRR and ILSR modules will accrue 2.5 MC instead of 2.0 MC. If you are interested to read an independent study module, please complete the relevant registration forms for IRR , SPS and ILSR. The deadline to submit your registration form is by 1700hr on Friday, 15 January 2021, at the end of Instructional Week One. Yale-NUS Registry will notify the outcome of your application by Friday, 22 January 2021. If your application is approved, you will be pre-allocated to the Independent Study module.

Selecting tutorials/labs (Applicable for NUS modules only)

If you are reading NUS modules, where relevant, you may be required to register for tutorials/labs after you have been allocated the lecture component of the module.

Refer here for the dates of the different rounds for Tutorial/Labs registration.

Dropping modules, tutorials/labs

You may drop your allocated Yale-NUS and NUS modules via ModReg@EduRec (note that minimum workload must be maintained). When a module is dropped, all associated classes (e.g. lectures, seminar, tutorial, labs, etc.) will be dropped in tandem.

Students may drop a tutorial/lab class (applicable for NUS modules only) that they have been allocated to if they wish to change to another class. Dropping a tutorial/lab class will not de-enrol a student from the module.

Add/Drop timelines

Please refer to “Add/Drop” tab for the timelines and procedures to add and drop respective module types.

Post Round 2 and Round 3

1. Allocation results:

You will be notified via email and SMS, to check the results of Round 2 and Round 3 module registration via “View My Classes” in ModReg@EduRec.

2. Module availability: 

The number of vacancies of each offered module after Round 2 can be found here (to be updated).

The number of vacancies of each offered module after Round 3 can be found here (to be updated).