Guidance for New Students
This page provides a brief summary of the student enrolment, verification of identity and module registration process and the key information you will need to complete it.
Student Enrolment System
The Student Enrolment System opens eight weeks before the start of your programme. However, you will need to make sure that you have accepted your place and allow time for the Admissions Team to process this acceptance before you are invited to enrol and register. During busy periods this can take a couple of weeks from receipt of your acceptance.
You will receive two email messages from email@example.com. The emails provide your username and password and further information on how to log onto the student enrolment system. The messages are sent out 24 hours apart.
The emails are sent to the email address you provided when you applied, so it is important that you keep us up-to-date with any changes to this information. You may also need to monitor your spam folders to see if the messages have arrived there.
In the Student Enrolment System you should:
Enrol with the University
Register for your programme and modules
The Student Enrolment System also provides the opportunity to upload a photograph for your campus card. You will be able to collect your campus card from your college but you need to upload the photograph and complete enrolment 12 calendar days before the start of your programme. It is also advisable to begin the module registration process by provisionally selecting your optional modules before you arrive.
Verification of identity
Before you can your collect your campus card, you will be required to provide proof of your identity.
We accept the following photographic identification as proof of identity: current Passport, current UK Driving Licence or current European Identity card. If you are a UK student and you do not have either of these forms of identification, you may supply your original Birth Certificate.
If you require assistance through the enrolment process, please contact your college, department or check the Student Planning and Assessment website. If you have a technical problem, please contact the IT Service Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org