Module Places

As part of your registration you will be choosing Option and Elective modules (if relevant). However, you may find that you cannot always get into a module that you want.

Where possible, additional places on previously full modules are released at 3.00pm Monday to Friday during online module registration, these modules are listed below.

Modules open for registration from 3pm on Monday, 13 January 2020.

Module Code Module Title Type of places for release
ECON10040 Economics & Society General Elective
LAW37460 Planning Law Core/Option
ANSC40040 Advanced Dairy Production General Elective

Modules open for registration from 3pm on Wednesday, 15 January 2020.

Module Code Module Title Type of places for release
ACC10060 Accounting for non-Business students First Year Elective
BMGT10060 Introduction to Management First Year Elective
BMGT10130 Mastering University Learning First Year Elective
BMGT10150 Project Management First Year Elective
BMGT20050 International Management First Year Elective
BMGT20100 Developing Future Leaders Core/Option
BMGT20190 Introduction to Negotiations General Elective
BMGT30450 Groups and Teams Core/Option
HRM30060 Managing Diversity General Elective
MIS10040 Web Design and Analytics First Year Elective
MIS10050 Digital Business First Year Elective
MIS20060 Money in the Digital Society General Elective

Modules open for registration from 3pm on Thursday, 16 January 2020.

Module Code Module Title Type of places for release
ENG10020 Childrens Literature International Places
GEOG10100 People, Places, Regions General Elective
GEOG10100 People, Places, Regions First Year Elective
GEOG10100 People, Places, Regions International Places

Modules open for registration from 3pm on Friday, 17 January 2020.

Module Code Module Title Type of places for release
EDUC20070 Travellers, Ethnicity & Rights Core/Option

Modules open for registration from 3pm on Friday, 24 January 2020.

Module Code Module Title Type of places for release
SOC20330 Sociology of Peace, Conflict & Justice Core/Option
SOC30350 Work and Social Stratification Core/Option
SOC30440 Sociology of the Body Core/Option



FAQ

Why can't I get a place on my preferred module?

There are three possible reasons.

No places left in the module:

The module clashes with something else on your timetable:

You may not be eligible to take the module:

In each of these cases, the system will prevent you from registering to the clashing module and inform you of the reason.

What is 'Module Capacity'?

A module’s capacity is the total number of students who can be accommodated within the module. Every module has its own fixed capacity determined by factors such as room capacity, staff/resources available to support it, the requirement to keep to a given staff/student ratio etc.

Each module’s capacity is set by the School responsible for its delivery and is divided into four categories:

These places are frequently revisited and, where possible, amended to meet demand.

Does UCD try to ensure that there are enough places?

Yes. Throughout the registration period, Registry staff actively monitor module capacity relative to demand and work with Schools to ensure that as many students as possible can get places on their preferred modules.

What can I do if I've been unsuccessful in getting a place on a preferred module?

The best advice is to immediately go for a place on an alternative module, bearing in mind that you can change your module registration until registration closes. However, there are a number of ways you may still be able to get a place on your preferred module: