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Registration Instructions

AY2017-18 Semester 1

Registration Instructions (Study Year & Programme):


Important Information

1. Personalised Date and Time for Registration is based on students’ Study Year (For Registration) in the Degree Audit. It reflects in respond to the number of academic units students have earned so far. The number of academic units students must earn to be classified to the next year of study can be found in the online Academic Unit System (AUS) under “Classification of Students”.

2. Students must register for any Failed (Grade ‘F’) or Absent (Grade ‘I’) courses when they are next offered. This can also be done during the Add/Drop Period. Appeals are to be made to the School directly, not the Office of Academic Services (OAS).

  • Semester 1 Course Registration Exercise:
    Students must register for any Failed (Grade ‘F’) or Absent (Grade ‘I’) courses from their previous semesters (if any). They are to register all uncleared courses from their previous semesters before they register for any senior year courses.
    Any uncleared courses from the previous semesters must be incorporated into the planning of courses via STARS Planner.

  • Semester 2 Course Registration Exercise:
    Students are to register as if they have passed all courses. If they have not cleared any courses in Semester 1, they may register those repeat courses in STARS during the Add/Drop Period.
    Any uncleared courses from the previous semesters must be incorporated into the planning of courses via STARS Planner.

3. During the allotted Personalised Date and Time for Registration, only the normal registration can be processed. Special requests such as waiver of timetable clash/pre-requisites, request for overloading, and request for vacancies, can only take place during the Add/Drop Period. Students are required to fill up the following forms with respect to the type of request:


4. For more information on the courses to register, students may refer to the Curriculum.​​​​​​​​​

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