There are three module registration rounds.
Round 1 of the Module Registration Exercise starts in instructional week 13 of the preceding semester.
Please refer to the Yale-NUS Module Registration website for the Module Registration schedule.
Students are required to read 10 compulsory Common Curriculum modules in their candidature. In addition to the compulsory Common Curriculum modules, you must also fulfill your major/electives/minor (optional) requirements in order to graduate. You may refer here for an illustration of the “Sample Student Experience at Yale-NUS”.
Please refer to here to find out more on the requirements of the respective majors/minors. You are also advised to discuss with your faculty advisor or Head of Study on the modules to read for your major/minor. You may wish to know that doing a minor is optional for students.
Please refer to the Academic Calendar on our Yale-NUS website. The first and last day of classes can be found in the Academic Calendar.
Please refer to Yale-NUS Canvas Module Brief for the list of modules offered in the current semester, and click on the module code to view the exam timetable (where applicable) of each module via NUSMods.
Alternatively, you can find the Final Exam Timetable of the current semester on the left hand banner of the Yale-NUS Module Registration website.
Students can now search and view module and timetable information via NUSMods.
Please refer to Yale-NUS Canvas Module Brief for the list of modules offered in the current semester, and click on the module code to view the description, class and exam timetables of each module via NUSMods.
However, you may wish to note that the additional information pertaining to “S/U option for Undergraduate Students” for each module as provided in NUSMods is applicable to NUS students reference. Please refer to the Yale-NUS Undergraduate Regulations for guidelines on S/U option declaration at Yale-NUS.
Please refer to Yale-NUS Canvas Module Brief to view the list of instructors.
The recommended number of MCs per semester for each student is 20MCs. Each student may enroll in a minimum of 18MCs or a maximum of 23MCs per semester.
An underload means that you are enrolled in less than 18MC for a semester. Students who are in their final semester of study may enroll in a minimum of 14MC. Students who are not in their final semester of study may underload at 14MC to 17MC with the Assistant Dean’s permission. Enrolling in less than 14MC requires 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 are still in time to add a module in the event that your appeal is not successful.
An overload means that you are enrolled in more than 23MC for a semester. If you plan to overload beyond 23MC in the semester, you are required to seek approval from your Assistant Dean. Once approved, you may select the additional module(s) in Round 3 of the module registration exercise.
To apply for an underload/overload, please complete the Underload/Overload Form and submit to your Assistant Dean.
Your Assistant Dean will notify you if your overload has been approved. While students can apply for an overload in advance, they will only be able to select the overload module in Round 3.
No. You will only read the compulsory Common Curriculum modules pre-allocated to you in your first semester.
You should make use of your first semester at the College to settle into the new residential and academic environment.
The enrolment functions in ModReg, as well as information on how the different Registration Rounds will be conducted for each of the functions will be available in the Yale-NUS Module Registration (ModReg) Exercise website. Specifically, please refer to ‘Round 1‘ and “Round 2 & Round 3” tabs for respective Round instructions. Students are strongly encouraged to refer to ModReg User Guide, which provides screenshots on how to navigate within ModReg.
Registry will pre-allocate the compulsory Common Curriculum modules to all Year 1 students in their first semester of study. Year 1 students will participate in the module registration exercise to make module selections from the second semester. Registry will conduct a briefing for Year 1 students before Module Registration Round 1 of their second semester to introduce them to the module registration process and system.
Students who are back from semester abroad but are awaiting for their official credit transfer to be processed may be granted a waiver of seniority code to be upgraded to the next level of seniority for the purpose of module registration and allocation, in accordance with the promotion rules published in the Undergraduate Regulations. Eligible students will be awarded the waiver of seniority code by the Registry automatically. If in doubt, students may check with CIPE or Registry.
Do note that the waiver of seniority code process is a transient measure to adjust the seniority of students who have completed their semester abroad module requirements (but pending official credit transfer). Students are still required to complete the official credit transfer process expeditiously to ensure accurate representation of their degree requirement fulfilment.
Please check if the modules are offered in this semester via Yale-NUS Canvas Module Brief.
Owing to prioritization of modules for graduation fulfillment, you may wish to know that some modules are not available for selection by all students during certain registration rounds. For example, Historical Immersion modules are only accessible to the Year 4 and Year 3 students during Round 1 of the module registration exercise.
Additionally, modules that are fully subscribed after a preceding registration round will not be available for selection in the subsequent round(s), unless there are students who dropped from these modules.
If you are unable to find the module in your module search though it is offered in this semester, you may submit an appeal under appeal type “Issues while selecting Module”.
Please contact Yale-NUS Registry at email@example.com so that the office can look into the matter and advise you.
Please check if the module is offered in this semester via Yale-NUS Canvas Module Brief.
Students are not allowed to repeat a module that they have already passed (minimum grade D, ‘Satisfactory’, or ‘Completed Satisfactorily’ grade).
Students who obtained a failed grade (F grade, ‘Unsatisfactory’ or ‘Completed Unsatisfactory’ grade) may repeat the same module in a subsequent semester but note that the original failed grade will remain on the transcript.
Students who obtained a ‘D’ grade for a Historical Immersion module should register for another Historical Immersion module in a subsequent semester. This is because the Historical Immersion module is a requirement of Common Curriculum and must be passed with ‘C’ grade or above.
While the module registration system does not allow students to select modules with class or timetable clashes, it is the onus of the students to ensure that their timetable accommodate all their lectures and tutorials without overlapping timetables.
DDP Law students and students who are registering for NUS modules are reminded to factor in time required to commute between campuses even if there are no class or exam timetables clashes.
If you met the pre-requisite of a module which is an O/A-level or equivalent, or module(s) taken during your exchange, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in Round 1 or submit an appeal under the “Unable to fulfil Requisites” appeal type in Round 2 and/or Round 3.
During Round 1 of the module registration exercise, if you are reading a pre-requisite to the module that you are keen to enroll in, you should be able to register for the module.
However, upon release of your final examination results, if you have not passed the pre-requisite module, you may be requested to drop the enrolled module (unless you have sought permission from the module instructor to remain enrolled in the module) and select another in Round 2.
If you do not meet the pre-requisite of a module but is able to demonstrate knowledge through other modules you have completed, please email the instructor for approval to register for the module.
If approved, please submit an appeal under appeal type “Unable to fulfil Requisites” so that the pre-requisite can be waived backend for you to select the module on ModReg@EduRec.
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 Priority Scoring Rubrics applicable to the different student categories as detailed at ‘Intro to ModReg’ on Yale-NUS Module Registration website.
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. The tie-breakers to be considered are as detailed in the ‘About ModReg@EduRec‘ tab on the Yale-NUS Module Registration website.
On a case-by-case basis however, if the module is a gateway or introductory module priority to the module may be given to students who have yet to declare their major.
You may view your ModReg Seniority on the [Select Modules] page.
Modules that students have selected in the Main List and Reserve List of the “Select Modules” page, are deemed to have been submitted and will be validated at the end of the round.
Reserve classes are for students to indicate their next preferred module class(es) in the event that they are unsuccessful for a particular Main List module. Students can select up to two reserve classes for each module in their Main List.
During allocation run, the modules in the students’ Main List will be processed first. Thereafter, if you are unsuccessful in the allocation to your Main List module, the system will proceed to process the reserve module class(es) (if indicated) selected.
Reserve class(es) will be given the same rank score as its Main List module. E.g., if the reserve class is for Rank 1 Main List module, it will be accorded Rank 1 score points.
Students will be notified via email to check round results in ModReg@EduRec under “View My Classes” after allocation is completed.
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 Priority Scoring Rubrics applicable to the different student categories as detailed on the “About ModReg@EduRec” tab on the Yale-NUS Module Registration Website.
When students have the same Priority Score for a module, tie-breakers are used to determine the final module allocation. The tie-breakers to be considered are also detailed on the “About ModReg@EduRec” tab on the Yale-NUS Module Registration Website.
On a case-by-case basis however, if the module is a gateway or introductory module, students who have yet to declare their major may be prioritised over students who have declared their majors.
You should monitor for vacancies which may arise during Round 2 and/or Round 3 when students are able to add and/or drop modules.
If you are a student in your last year of study and is still unable to secure the respective module after Round 3, you may consider appealing to the Head of Study or the instructor for advice and assistance.
There is no waitlist system.
If you are not allocated the module due to over-subscription, you may monitor for vacancies which may arise during Round 2 and/or Round 3 when students are able to add and/or drop modules.
During Round 1 of the module registration exercise, you will be able to apply for Yale-NUS Language modules via ModReg@EduRec.
Yale-NUS Language modules with no scheduled timetables, i.e., Directed Languages – Bangla, Greek, Italian, Latin, Sanskrit, will be mounted with dummy timings.
Students who have previously selected and enrolled in these modules after Round 1, will be notified of the finalised timetables before the start of Round 2.
During Round 2 and Round 3 add/drop periods, students may register for these modules in ModReg@EduRec if there are still vacancies available.
Independent Study modules encourage students to engage in independent reading and research in an area of their special interest with the close guidance of a faculty member. The research should lead to a final project/product. There are three different types of independent study modules at Yale-NUS:
These seminars provide students distinctive and unique opportunities to learn a highly specialised subject and/or skill from esteemed visiting professors.
If they will be offered in a respective semester, students will be duly informed to register if they are keen.
It is not compulsory to take Special Seminar modules but students are highly encouraged to register for these 1MC Special Seminar modules.
Yes, Yale-NUS students can register for NUS language modules offered by CLS (Centre for Language Studies) and modules offered by other NUS Faculties/Schools.
Lecture and tutorial timetables are listed on NUSMods.
You may refer to the following resources for assistance:
NUS ModReg website (Frequently Asked Questions).
NUS ModReg website (Faculty/School Contact List) to contact the respective NUS host faculty/school.
NUS ModReg website (Submit Appeals/Inquiries Function) to submit an appeal to the NUS host faculty/school.
If you do not meet the pre-requisite of a NUS module but able to demonstrate that you have obtained the required pre-requisite knowledge through other modules you have completed, please submit an appeal with the supporting information under appeal type “Unable to fulfil Requisites” for the NUS host faculty/school’s consideration.
Home faculty is the faculty that you belong to.
Module host faculty/department is the faculty/department that is offering the module.
Students will be notified via email to check allocation results in ModReg@EduRec under “View My Classes”.
If you have already been allocated the module, you will have to drop the module first before re-selecting your preferred lecture group. This can be done only if “Select Modules” rounds are still available. After “Select Modules Round 3″, you may submit an appeal under appeal type “Change Lecture Class”.
Please check if the module has tutorial classes via NUSMods. If the module has tutorial classes and you do not see it during [Select Tutorials/Labs] rounds, please contact the respective module host department to enquire.
Some tutorial classes may only be open to certain categories of students which may not be privy to the general student population.
In some cases, certain modules may have different tutorial groups tied to each lecture class.
NM2220 has two lecture classes – Lecture 1 and Lecture 2.
Lecture 1: Available tutorial groups are DW1, DW2, DW3, DW4, DW6, DW9.
Lecture 2: Available tutorial groups are DW7, DW8, DW10, DW11, DW12.
If you have been allocated to Lecture 1, you can only view and select DW1, DW2, DW3, DW4, DW6 or DW9 tutorial groups.
Students who have been allocated tutorial classes in the “Select Tutorials/Labs” round will not be able to rank them again. The adding/swapping of allocated tutorial classes can only be done during the “Add/Swap Tutorials/Labs” Round.
There are two scheduled “Select Tutorials/Labs” rounds. If you are unsuccessful in the first round, you should attempt in the second and/or subsequent “Add/Swap Tutorials/Labs” round.
Students are permitted to audit a module by applying directly with the faculty member, provided the module is not fully subscribed after instructional week 2.
If you have been accepted to audit a module, you are expected to attend classes and participate in activities as determined by the instructor.
However, you are not entitled to ask for any work to be assessed, nor permitted to sit for the final exam.
The audited module will not appear on your transcript – i.e. no grade and modular credits are awarded.
If you like to audit a NUS module, please enquire directly with the respective NUS faculty/department.
Please note Yale-NUS students can only audit the NUS module if the NUS faculty/department grants approval.
The audited NUS module will not show up on your transcript and no grade and modular credits are awarded.
For a module to be dropped, students must go through a 3-steps process: select module to drop, click drop button and finally confirm the drop. Therefore, students have the chance to check and confirm the details of the module before the action is being effected. As such, the module cannot be reinstated.
If the “Select Modules” round is still ongoing, you may try registering for the module again, or you can submit an online appeal if the “Select Modules” rounds are over. Please note that appeal approval is subjected to various conditions, such as vacancy availability.
You may not be able to self-drop certain types of modules which are deemed compulsory for your graduation requirements e.g. Common Curriculum and Capstone Project modules.
The module registration system also prevents you from dropping below the minimum workload required for a semester.
Please contact Yale-NUS Registry at email@example.com to seek advice and assistance.
Please contact Yale-NUS Registry at firstname.lastname@example.org to seek advice and assistance.
No. You will still need to select the module if a vacancy arises in ModReg@EduRec, and your application will be considered alongside other students who also selected the module.
No, students cannot swap modules with one another.
If you wish to switch to another module, you will need to drop the module that you were enrolled but no longer wish to read and select the new module (provided there are vacancies). Your new application will be considered alongside other interested students who also selected the module.
Yes, you are permitted to swap groups within the same module if you are able to find another student who is willing to do a mutual swap with you. E.g., Common Curriculum groupings and modules with more than one section offered in the particular semester.
Please contact Yale-NUS Registry at email@example.com for assistance to execute the swap between you and your classmate.
Please refer to the Yale-NUS ModReg website “Round 2 & Round 3” tabs and refer to the table on [Submit Appeals/Inquiries] for more details. Different appeal types are available during different module registration periods.
For Yale-NUS modules, please contact Yale-NUS Registry at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
For NUS modules, you can refer to the NUS ModReg website under the “Submit Appeals/Inquiries Function” for the unit that is handling your appeal (e.g. Student home faculty/department or module host department). Please refer to the Contact Us tab for the relevant faculty/department’s contact information.
Please contact Yale-NUS IT at email@example.com for assistance.
Students are barred from logging into the module registration system if they have outstanding payment. Please login to your myEduRec account and settle the payment in order to participate in the module registration exercises.
Do note that it may take at least 24 hours before ModReg@EduRec is enabled. You may contact Yale-NUS Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions relating to the outstanding payment.
To check that you are registered in a module, you can do so by logging into myEduRec system (‘Academics’ section). A student can still have access to a module’s Canvas site despite the fact that he or she is not officially registered in that module e.g. a student who audits a class can request to access a module’s Canvas site with the permission of the instructor.