Enrolment

Enrolment
  • All students are required to enrol for academic session 2014/15.  Students studying in Trimester 1 should have completed their enrolment by Friday 3 October 2014.

    Click on the links Your Eligibility to Enrol, and When to Enrol.  Different groups of students become eligible to enrol at different times (eg. new and continuing, full and part time, under-graduate and post-graduate, Home and Non-EEA/EEU) so check here for dates and eligibility details. 

    The Online Enrolment Team are on hand to help if you are have any queries or difficulties with your enrolment - enrol@uws.ac.uk or tel: 01292 886001.

     

  • Enrolment Information

    Link to Online Enrolment

    To enrol online your User ID is your Banner ID. This 8-digit number appears on correspondence you will have received from UWS and begins B00……

    Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) is set initially as your date of birth in the format ddmmyy

    Self Service Banner

    Help to enrol

    Our Online Enrolment User Guide gives you a step-by-step guide through online enrolment.

    Throughout the online enrolment process, you will find Help. If you are unsure about any of the questions being asked or what you are doing, please refer to Help.

    If you require any assistance please contact the Online Enrolment Team by emailing: enrol@uws.ac.uk  or tel: 01292 886001.

    Academic Guidance Sessions

    Students who have not been given a progression decision at the September meeting of the Progression & Awards Boards (PABs), or who are being allowed to progress carrying a credit deficit, are invited to attend a Drop-In Guidance Session on their campus. This will provide educational guidance from academic staff on your study options. A ‘non-progression’ decision is a decision such as Defer Resit, Fail Repeat, and Fail Transfer. 

    Funding Advisers from Student Services are available for advice on the funding implications of the various study options. Contact the Funding and Advice Team.

    If you received a PD (Proceed Deficit) decision, you can enrol for 2014/15 but you MUST arrange to meet with an adviser to discuss what you need to do to meet the shortfall on your credit.  This must be done by Friday 26 September at the latest.

    The Guidance Sessions for each campus are listed below. Please note that more details on these sessions may become available over the forthcoming weeks and will be published here, so keep checking for up-to-date information.

    Ayr Campus

    Dumfries Campus

    Hamilton Campus

    Paisley Campus

    Obtain your student ID card

    Please see details below for arrangements for collecting Student ID Cards from your campus after uploading a photo during Online Enrolment - and where to get your picture taken if you did not upload one.

    Ayr         Collect cards from Student Link Room 3.040 8.30am - 4.30am
     

    Photos taken 15 - 25 September

    Room GT 27 9.00am - 3.45pm
    Dumfries Collect cards / photos taken Student Link 8.45am - 4.45pm
    Hamilton

    Collect cards / photos taken

     10th - 25th September

    Room A154

    (Almada Building)

    10.00am - 4.00pm
    Paisley

    Collect cards / photos taken

    10th - 19th September

    Brough Committee Room

    (by main entrance)

    9.00am - 4.30pm

    Students who enrol outwith the dates specified above should go to the Student Link at their campus.  Alternatively you can email a photo to studentcard@uws.ac.uk or post a photo, printing your name, and Banner ID on the reverse.

    Part time students, and students at Partner Colleges, who upload a photograph during Online Enrolment will be posted their student ID card.

    Suitable photo for your ID card

    Ideally your photo should be:

    • Full colour
    • Head & shoulders, or full face only - no sunglasses
    • Plain (not white) background
    • Free of headwear, unless normally worn for religious reasons
    • JPG, JPEG & GIF file types
    • No larger than 1MB
    • Passport size (3.5 x 4.5 cm)

    If your photo is not suitable you will be asked to provide another one.

    ID card for Continuing Students

    If you are a continuing student you will already have a Student ID card which lasts the entirety of your programme.

    If the details on your card are incorrect (eg. programme title, end date, etc), use the Student ID Card Request Form indicating the correction required. 

    If you have lost your card you can obtain a replacement card at a cost of £6.

    Check if you are enrolled

    If you are uncertain if you have enrolled fully, you can check easily by going into Self Service Banner. If you are already enrolled you will receive an enrolment certificate as proof of your enrolment, and a summary of your modules.

    Access to your modules on Moodle does not guarantee that you are enrolled as a student, so you are advised to check if you are unsure.

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