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Who deals with student administration?

The Student Enquiry Centre is part of ARCS and deals with undergraduate and postgraduate taught students. If you are not sure about something or do not know who to contact, ask us.

Student Enquiry Centre, CB02, Queens' Building, Mile End
Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 5005 email: studentenquiry@qmul.ac.uk         
website:  www.arcs.qmul.ac.uk/students/sec

The Student Office at Whitechapel performs the same functions as the Student Enquiry Centre for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine and Dentistry (MBBS and BDS programmes).

Student Office, G08, Garrod Building, Turner Street, Whitechapel
Tel: +44 (0)20 7882 2239 www.smd-edu.qmul.ac.uk

Re-enrolment

What is it?

Re-enrolment is an online process accessed through MySIS which all returning students must complete at the start of each new academic year in August/September. It confirms that you have returned, and updates us with your personal information that might have changed over the past year. You will receive an email, usually in August informing you that you can re-enrol once you have progressed into the next academic year.

Undergraduate and postgraduate taught students can find more detailed information, including re-enrolment walk through videos, on the Student ARCS website

Have a problem  re-enrolling?

You need to contact the appropriate office in the first instance for assistance:


Module registration

Your programme of study is made up of a number of different modules, each covering a key topic or theme. Some (or even all) of the modules may be required for your programme and you will have to take these, but at the start of each academic year you can choose your other modules (electives) from a list set up by your School/Institute. This selection, and its validation by your School/Institute, is called module registration.

You can find more detailed information such as: 

  • How to register for your elective modules
  • How you are assessed 
  • The difference between a core and compulsory module
  • Taking a module at another University of London college

on the Student ARCS website

 

Progression

Progression is the process whereby you move from one developmental year to the next, usually at the end of the academic year. You can find more detailed information on the Student ARCS website


Changing your programme

You are advised to discuss the possibility of changing your programme with your Academic Advisor in the first instance. You can find more detailed information such as:

  • What form do I need to complete?
  • Will a change affect how much tuition fee I have to pay?

on the Student ARCS website


Interrupting your studies

Permission to interrupt from your studies on the grounds of illness or another good cause may be granted by your academic school or institute. You are advised to discuss the possibility of interrupting your studies with your Academic Advisor in the first instance.You can find more detailed information such as:

  • What form do I need to complete?
  • What is the deadline to interrupt?
  • How long can I interrupt for?
  • Will I be liable to pay tuition fees?
  • Will my immigration permission be affected?

on the Student ARCS website

Withdrawing from your course

Withdrawal from QMUL means that you are leaving QMUL with no intention of returning. You are advised to discuss withdrawing from your studies with your Academic Advisor in the first instance

You can find more detailed information such as:

  • What form do I need to complete?
  • What is the deadline to withdraw?
  • Will I be liable to pay tuition fees?
  • Will my immigration permission be affected?
  • Will any future financial support from my funding body be affected?

 on the Student ARCS website


No content on this page overrides any aspect of the Academic Regulations, which always take precedence.

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