Freshmen will receive an email on course registration information after matriculation in July.
Pre-Planning: What You Need To Do
- Know your curriculum structure
- If you wish to pursue a minor, know the criteria for the award of minor and declare your intention to pursue a minor.
- If you are taking Broadening and Deeping Electives (BDE), know the number of AU that you have to fulfill.
- Know your outstanding Academic Units. Refer to your Degree Audit.
- Know the policies & rules for registration.
- Know when you are supposed to register.
- Know specific instructions for your programme.
- Check the courses that are offered and find out the content of courses.
- Plan the courses that you want to register, including repeat courses.
- Check the class schedules and examination timetable. Then, use STARS to plan your class timetable and save it.
- If you would like to take BDE, place the courses on waitlist. The University will allocate the elective(s) to you subject to the availability of places and according to a set of criteria.
- Register your courses during your scheduled registration date and time.
- Print your registration records to ensure that you have successfully registered the right courses.
- If you have placed BDE on waitlist, check the BDE allocation results. Note that the allocated BDE is registered for you.
- If you do not wish to take the allocated BDE, de-register the course from your records.
- Add and/or drop courses during the official Add/Drop period as announced by the Office of Academic Services.
- If there is no vacancy in the courses that you wish to read, do consider other courses with available vacancies.
- If you wish to appeal (for BDE only), submit your appeal through the online appeal system for BDE courses.
- Students who are allocated course(s) on the last day of Add/Drop period will still have access to STARS to drop the allocated course(s) on the following Saturday.
Print your final timetable and attend only classes that you are officially registered for.
Admission Year: AY2021-22
Programme: Common Engineering (ENG)
Study Year: 1
|Area Specialisation||Normal Load|
AU / Courses
|Automatic Overload without further approval||Maximum Courses after Automatic Overload|
|Common Engineering||16-17 / 7||1 course||8 courses|
- Students are allowed to overload 1 course without further approval needed.
- In semester 2, students are advised to check their respective school's website for the normal load and overload information before registering any courses.