Welcome to the College of Science & Engineering. In order to become a fully registered student of the University you need to complete both Registration and Enrolment processes using our student records system, MyCampus.
You will first need to complete the Academic Registration process using MyCampus before you are able to enrol on your individual courses. For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
Once you have completed Academic Registration, you can then proceed to access Enrolment on MyCampus. Information and guidance on enrolment, including how to select courses, check your timetable, and drop/swap courses, can be found on our enrolment guidance page.
The majority of students will be expected to enrol on courses using MyCampus self service.
However, undergraduate students studying on degrees delivered in partnership with Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) should consult the menu below as some exceptions such as block enrolment will apply in certain years for some courses.
Undergraduate - Science
New undergraduate Science students should consult the Welcome to Science Guide 21-22, which provides additional guidance on a variety of topics.
Places on courses not compulsory for your degree programme are not guaranteed, so early enrolment is recommended.
All undergraduate Science students on the Glasgow campus will enrol using My Requirements. In Levels 1 and 2 you will be expected to enroll on 120 credits of predominantly science courses (normally three 40-credit courses), but some students may wish to study one Arts or one Social Sciences course in first year. All Science students in Years 1 and 2 must maintain a curriculum which has at least 80 credits of Science subjects per year.
In order to help you choose the correct mathematics course, the School of Mathematics & Statistics has provided additional guidance on Level 1 Mathematics course choices. If you intend to study mathematics, please read this before you enrol on specific classes.
The School of Geographical & Earth Sciences has provided enrolment advice on their Level 1 Earth Science courses together with sample timetables to aid students in course choice. These courses do not require prior knowledge of earth science/ geology and/or geography.
It is possible to switch class sections or drop/swap courses after you have enrolled up until 1 October 2021. You must have completed enrolment by this date.
The ideal combination of Level 1 subjects will allow you to keep open a range of science degree options until the end of Level 2 – by which stage you will be much better prepared to make informed decisions about your degree and your career intentions. We strongly recommend that you discuss your course choices with a senior adviser, and you will be contacted separately about this over the summer (or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Computing Science students studying on programmes delivered in partnership with SIT should consult the specific link provided.
Students studying on a Graduate Apprenticeship Programme should consult the relevant section below.
Induction is a crucial initial step to welcoming and introducing you to University life so that you can get your studies off to a good start. Presentations from these sessions are available below to view and download (PDF):
Undergraduate - Engineering
All level 1 and 2 students will be block enrolled onto their compulsory courses, but you must complete Academic Registration on MyCampus before this can happen. For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
Students studying degrees delivered in partnership with UESTC or SIT should consult the appropriate section below for further information.
All level 3, level 4 and level 5 students should proceed to enrol using self-service. Guidance on which lecture and laboratory set will work best for your degree programme can be found on the School's Course Information pages.
If you need advice on which optional courses to take, please discuss this with your adviser of studies.
Induction is a crucial initial step to welcoming and introducing you to University life so that you can get your studies off to a good start. Please ensure you attend the relevant session to your degree subject:
You will be automatically enrolled on your Graduate Apprenticeship (GA) courses for years 1 and 2 of study by a member of the GA Team. However, you must complete Academic Registration in order for your curriculum to be updated by support staff. For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
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Postgraduate Taught students (PGT)
All students are required to complete enrolment using self-service. In order to proceed to enrolment you will first need to complete the Academic Registration process using MyCampus. For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
Students should select courses for the full academic year at the start of the session. It is possible to add/drop courses using MyCampus - you can find instructions on how to do this in our enrolment guidance.
If you have completed the registration process and you need help with your timetable, please contact the School.
If you need support to commence or complete the registration process, please complete the enquiry form, responding 'Yes' to the question 'Have you already applied?'.
An induction session will be held on Monday 10 January 2022 at 12:00. The session will be recorded and made available to view shortly after it has taken place.
Meanwhile, the PGT Induction Sessions from September 2021 are available to download and view (PDFs):
Postgraduate Research students (PGR)
All research students are required to complete Academic and Financial Registration. For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
Please note that if you are in receipt of a University scholarship you need not upload your scholarship letter as details of your funding will be automatically added to the system. Please ensure you add your bank details to receive your stipend payments. You must have a UK bank account to receive payments. If the Graduate School has approved that you commence your PhD remotely and you will therefore be unable to set up a UK bank account at the start of your studies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in receipt of an external scholarship should upload their funding letter and this is then approved prior to registration being completed.
No enrolment in any training courses is required at this time. Further details will be provided by the Graduate School on PGR training opportunities.
Degrees delivered in partnership with the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
All students on programmes joint with SIT will be fully registered and enrolled on courses by the University. Students are required to upload their photograph for their UofG student card. Details on how to upload a photograph can be found here: https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/registry/registration/#step6:collectcampuscard(newstudentsonly)
Student cards will be issued in due course once photographs are uploaded.
BSc (Honours) Computing Science (Joint with SIT) SheilaDevi.Rajoo@glasgow.ac.uk
BEng Honours Aeronautical Engineering Sani.Sanifah@glasgow.ac.uk
BEng Honours Aerospace Systems Sani.Sanifah@glasgow.ac.uk
BEng Honours Civil Engineering NorfaizahBinte.AhmadShapiee@glasgow.ac.uk
BEng Honours Mechanical Design Engineering Angela.Chong@glasgow.ac.uk
BEng Honours Mechatronics Angela.Chong@glasgow.ac.uk
Degrees delivered in partnership with the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC)
Block enrolment will apply to all years of study and you must complete Academic Registration in order that your curriculum can be updated by support staff.
For full details on how to access MyCampus for registration, please see our registration guidance.
Help & support
How to Log in to MyCampus
Log in to MyCampus through the student portal MyGlasgow, using your University login (GUID) and password. This will be the same login ID and password that you normally use for logging in to the University network.
Registration and Enrolment Support
The University will provide support for registration. More information can be found on the registration support page.
The College of Science and Engineering will offer advice and support if you are experiencing difficulty with your online registration and enrolment. Please contact us using the appropriate email address below and provide us with details of the issues that you are experiencing.