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 to find out all you need to know to complete your enrolment - your eligibility to enrol, when to enrol, the Online Enrolment process and Frequently Asked Questions.
Students who have not been given a progression decision at the September meeting of the Progression & Awards Boards (PABs) 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.
You should also arrange to discuss the funding implications of your study options with a Funding Adviser from Student Services. Contact the Funding and Advice Team.
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.
Full time students who uploaded a photograph during Online Enrolment, should collect their ID Card from the Student Link on their campus. Students who did not provide a photograph can go to the Student Link to have their photograph taken and be issued with an ID card.
Part time students who uploaded a photograph during Online Enrolment will be posted their ID card.
If you are uncertain if you have enrolled fully, you can check easily by going into Online Enrolment. If you are already enrolled you will receive a confirmation message, and you can obtain an enrolment certificate and a summary of your modules.
Having access to your modules on Moodle does not guarantee that you are enrolled as a student, and you are advised to check if you are unsure..
If you have an enrolment enquiry please have a look at our enrolment FAQs or email firstname.lastname@example.org