Manage Your Study Plan

How can I add a course to my study plan?

During the shopping period (21 December – 23 January 2022): see instructions here.

After the shopping period (after 23 January 2022):

1. FInd the course in the HSE course catalogue

2. Check the e-mail address of the programme manager responsible for this course (see an instruction on how to find their contact info).

3. E-mail the programme manager and ask them if it is possible to join the course.

3. If your request is approved, forward the approval to your study manager together with a filled in Course enrollment form.

4. Your study manager will add the course to your study plan.

How can I drop a course?

During the shopping period (21 December – 23 January 2022): see instructions here.

After the shopping period (after 23 January 2022):

1. You can drop a course during the week before an exams period.

2. Fill in and submit the course drop form (PDF version) or Course drop form (word version) through online document request;

3.  SIMO will sign the form and send you its scan within 5 working days;

4. E-mail the signed course drop form to your study manager (cc SIMO) to have the course deleted from your study plan.  

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Who is my study manager?

You can check the name and contact e-mail address of your study manager here.

Where can I see my schedule?

After the shopping period you can see your schedule in the 'Schedule' tab in your LMS profile and on the RUZ website.

If you would like to check the schedule of a course you are not enrolled in, please see instructions here.

Tips on the course catalogue

How can I find courses run in the online format in the HSE course catalogue?

In the HSE course catalogue, use the 'Open to' filter to choose courses that are 'Open to: Any' and to 'Open to: students of all HSE University campuses'. These two types of courses have been designed to be run in the online mode.

How can I find courses run in the offline format in the HSE course catalogue?

In the HSE course catalogue, use the 'Open to' filter to choose courses that are 'Open to: students of one campus'. This type of courses has been designed to be run in the online mode.