Information for Current Students
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Once you have been accepted on to your chosed course you will need to complete the registration process.
Students will need to complete registration for each academic year of their chosen course.
If you encounter any problems completing your registration, please contact the Graduate School.
To complete your registration, please complete the following steps:
- Log on to the SIS webpage on www.ucd.ie
- Enter your student ID and password
- Review and update your personal information
- Graduate Taught students will need to register to programme modules
- Make any payment arrangements*
*If you have fee support from a local authority it is important that you hand in your approval letter from the local authority to the Student Desk located in the Tierney Building, UCD Belfield Campus.
*If you have UCD or other external funding then you should get the internal transfer form completed which is available for download from: http://www.ucd.ie/registry/adminservices/fees/forms.htm This needs to be signed by your supervisor and submitted to the Student Desk located in the Tierney Building, UCD Belfield Campus. Until this has been done, you will not be not be fully registered.
*Please also note that students with local authority and VEC grants are required to pay the UCD Student Centre levy of €231 (2014-15).
For further details on Registration please click here.
Please note that failure to complete your registration may result in your student record being made inactive, and loss of access to the UCD Library, Blackboard and other IT Services.
All students entering PhD programmes in UCD College of Engineering & Architecture from Sept 2015 on are required to complete a minimum of 30 credits of taught or transferable skills modules. For students who commenced PhD programmes prior to September 2015 there is no lower limit on the number of taught modules, although there are some restrictions as to the number of modules taken at a particular level, and there is an upper limit on the total number of taught modules. These restrictions are stipulated in the PhD regulations.
The aim of taught modules is to facilitate research as well as to provide students with important transferable skills to enhance career development. Your School may recommend or require specific modules; beyond this, it is for you and your Principal Supervisor to decide which modules are most appropriate to your research.
Module Registration Form (Research students)