Schulich School of Dentistry and Medicine Biomedical Engineering Faculty of Engineering

First-Year Students

Welcome to the 2015-16 academic year. The graduate electronic enrolment allows you to electronically enrol through your Student Centre.  

You will be assigned a random appointment time to enrol. The system will be open approimately one month before the start of term and will remain open until the 15th day of the first month of the term. This deadline will be adhered to, so please plan accordingly as late registrations will not be accepted.

Important Enrolment Information


Please discuss your course enrolment with your immediate supervisor(s) before electronically registering. Enrolment will be verified and approved after the deadline date, and you will be contacted by the BME Office if any changes to your enrolment occur (i.e. you are not eligible to enrol in a particular course, etc.)

If you wish to take a course outside of BME, you must complete the proper form.  Forms are available on the BME Forms website. Please ensure to return the completed form to the BME Program Office (CMLP 1333) with all signatures by the 15th of the first month of the term.

If you wish to audit a graduate course, please complete the proper form with appropriate signatures and submit to the BME office by the 15th of the first month of the term.

Note: You must first register and fulfill your admission conditions (if applicable) before you are able to use the online electronic registration system. Your appointment information will be in your Student Center when you log in.

Dropping a Course

If you wish to drop a course, please discuss with your supervisor first. If you are dropping a course prior to the enrolment deadline, you are able to do so electronically, otherwise you must complete a drop form and submit it to the BME Office.

Courses dropped within one month of the official beginning of the term will not appear on an academic record.

Courses dropped after the deadline date, but within eight weeks of the beginning of term, will remain on your academic record with the notation WDN.

Courses dropped after eight weeks from the beginning of term stay on the academic record and are recorded as a FAIL.

If you have any questions, please contact You may also visit the BME Office, Monday - Friday between 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.