Welcome to the 2014 Study Year
Enrolment is now open for students studying in 2014. The deadline for submitting your enrolment form and for receipt of payment of the fees for the 2014 study year is 6th January 2014. Full details of the fee structure and 2014 fees for the CeDEP programmes can be found on the Tuition Fees page.
Congratulations on being accepted onto the Centre’s programme. Before you can enrol, you must have received an Unconditional Offer of a study place onto one of the programmes. If you have made an application for a place and are unsure of your status, please email email@example.com or call +44 207 898 4273.
You can enrol for modules using our New students' enrolment form (please note this form is for New Students only. Continuing Students should use the link below).
Students who are continuing their studies or upgrading their programme can now enrol using the Continuing students' enrolment form.
For maximum convenience and speed, you can enrol study in 2014 using our online enrolment forms. If you experience any difficulties with this form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 207 898 4273.
The online enrolment form gives you an easy way to select your modules. When planning your enrolments for the coming year please consider the following points:
- You will only be enrolled on a module once you have paid the fees for that module. If you select a module but do not pay the fees, you will need to re-enrol onto the module at a later date.
- The enrolment form will help guide you through the process, but you should ensure that you are following the right study path to achieve your academic target. Please study the regulations and programme specifications carefully to make sure that you select a valid set of modules for your programme. Full Programme details and Regulations are available here.
- In the first year of your studies, MSc students can enrol in up to six modules, but two of these must be Research Methods and the Dissertation and these must be purchased together. (The Dissertation itself will be completed during the following academic year.) Students not taking the Research Methods and the Dissertation in the first year may take no more than four modules in the first year