Each semester, you are required to register for courses during the official registration period. When you register for a course, you are automatically registered for the exams, resits and the Canvas page for that course.
Make sure to register during the official registration period, because this is the only way to secure a place in a course. The registration period for courses in Communication Science offered in semester 2 of the 2021-2022 academic year is:
|Semester 2||Thursday 25 November 2021 10:00||Tuesday 30 November 2021 25:59|
The course registration for the programs in Communication Science will be different this time than you are used to. We participate in a pilot procedure and take place in a new system called GLASS. This system has the big advantage that it doesn't work with the 'first come, first serve' principle anymore. All students who have registered themselves within the course registration period will have the same chance to be placed in a specific course.
Go to the Course Catalogue, find your degree programme and select the courses you want to take next semester. Click per course on 'Add to planner'.
If it concerns a course within the pilot, you will be automatically forwarded to GLASS and log in there.
You will receive a pop-up indicating whether the course is open for registration. If yes, then choose 'add to registration'. The course will appear in the ‘Pending Registrations’ column.
Repeat these steps for all courses. Your registration for these courses will be processed on 3 December.
You can also add courses by clicking on '+Add course' on your planning board. You will have to fill in the Course catalogue number, which you will find in the Course Catalogue.
Make sure alll your preferred courses are in the 'pending registrations' column.
If you received the email, please log into GLASS to find out in which tutorial group you have been placed.
Optional: you will be able to use the clock icon in the registration column to designate up to 2 half days when you would prefer not to follow any education. Where possible, this will be taken into account when allocating students to courses and tutorials.
You can unsubscribe from courses in GLASS by clicking on a course for which you are registered and pressing the 'unsubscribe' button in the window that opens.