Preparation for Subject Registration
Students are responsible for their own studies at the University and are required to check the programme requirement documents and register subjects accordingly in order to fulfill the graduation requirements. You should seek academic advice from your Programme Leader or Academic Advisor and study the academic regulations before registration.
Before you register subject(s) in each semester, you should check the following information via eStudent:
- Subject(s) pre-assigned to you by your department, if any (Study Information)
- Your personal class timetable (My Class Timetable)
- Your earliest commencing time (i.e. start time) for online subject registration (Personal Checklist)
- Subject details and class timetables (Subject Search / EasyPlanner)
In addition, you should also take note that
- Prior approval is required for dropping a pre-assigned/registered subject for students studying Higher Diploma and Bachelor's Degree programmes. You have to seek academic advice from your Academic Advisor/Programme Leader if you have genuine needs to drop these subjects.
- Students of Higher Diploma and Bachelor's Degree programmes should visit the website of the Office of General University Requirements (OGUR) to obtain the latest information about the General University Requirements (GUR).
- Students can try the "Mock Subject Registration" to familiarize themselves with the subject registration procedures. All subjects you have selected during Mock Subject Registration will NOT be carried forth to your actual online subject registration.
- Students on academic probation are required to take a reduced study load as determined by the departments during the probation period to help improve their academic performance. Students on academic probation should complete the Form 'Study Load for Students on Academic Probation' (Form AR150), indicate the proposed study plans, take initiatives to seek advice from the Academic Advisors within one week upon announcement of assessment results to confirm the subject registration in the ensuing semester.
- Students should study the Student Handbook for regulations governing their study and registration at the University.
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