Enrolment Year 2 Archaeology and Conservation
Congratulations on passing your first year assessments and proceeding into year 2 of your degree at Cardiff. You may have worked hard in year 1 or perhaps drifted through without too much focus. This year counts towards your final degree. For Archaeology and Conservation degrees, and the Archaeology half of joint degrees, year 2 provides 40% of your final degree mark. Consequently it is important that you work effectively from the beginning of the first semester.
Friday 26th September: 09.30. All students to meet in 4.18b for a summary of the enrolment process.
Unless you are a new student doing direct entry to year 2 you should have selected the modules you wish to study in May at the pre-enrolment session. You now have an opportunity to consider your choices and make some amendments. As you know some courses have limited numbers and you must check availability before you attempt to enrol for them. Before you attempt any module changes you must see your personal tutor who will be available on Friday 26th September from 9.30-13.00 and 14.00-16.00. You are advised to come in the morning if at all possible. If you failed to undertake, or complete, module pre-enrolment in May you will need to discuss with you tutor which courses are still available before doing module enrolment on-line. Attempting to sign up for modules without prior agreement of your tutor is likely to lead to a delay in your enrolment and may mean you miss your opportunity to do the module and will delay your access to Learning Central for the module.
If however you find problems in understanding the web instructions please contact us directly either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 02920874259, or call into the School office in room 4.54 in the John Percival Building where we are based.
If you have already enrolled with the University you may have reached this web page via the Humanities enrolment information web page. If you have not yet enrolled you may look at our advice first or return to the university enrolment page and begin the process as they advise.
When you come to complete enrolment in the department on Friday 26th September your personal tutor will advise you on what modules to take and how to complete on-line module enrolment.
We hope to keep the enrolment process as simple as possible and ask you to stick to the following timetable:
Friday 26th September: 09.30 All students to meet in 4.18b for a summary of the enrolment process.
Friday 26th September: come along with your list of modules selected at pre-enrolment and be ready to advise of any changes you would like to make. Your tutor will inform you if there are any changes to the modules advertised or vacancies on courses which were previously full.
Tutors may ask you to sign up to the modules on-line whilst you are in their offices so please make sure you have your password etc. ready to do this.