Enrolment

  • 2017-18 Academic Session

    The new academic session commences on Monday 4 September 2017 (Week 1 is Induction & Teaching Week). All students studying during academic year 2017-18 must complete enrolment. Students studying in Trimester 1 should have completed their enrolment by the end of Week 3, Friday 22 September 2017. After this date you should contact your School to discuss possible Late Enrolment.

    Guidance Sessions for Non-Progressing Students: Guidance Sessions are being organised for students who have not received a PAB decision allowing progression in their studies, such as Fail Repeat, Proceed Current (Full Time Undergraduates only), Proceed Transfer, and Transfer.

    Further information - Am I Eligible to Enrol?, When Can I Enrol? and Enrolment Frequently Asked Questions 

    Enrolment Terms and Conditions

     

  • Enrolment Information

    • Link to Online Enrolment
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      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

      Enrol online using Self Service Banner

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

      Help is available throughout the Online Enrolment process. If you are unsure about any of the questions being asked or what you are doing, please refer to Help.

      For any further assistance email the Online Enrolment Team at enrol@uws.ac.uk
    • Obtain your student ID card
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      Your student ID number (Banner ID) is your unique identifier at the University.  Your student ID card is important as it is swiped to register your attendance in lecture theatres, classrooms and labs, and gives you access to the Library and other University facilities.  It is required as proof of identity and valid student status for entry to examination halls and collecting grant or loan cheques.

      You may have uploaded a photograph during Online Enrolment, but if this was not done you should email a photo to studentcard@uws.ac.uk, or send a passport-sized photo with your name and Banner ID on the reverse to Student Administration on your Campus.

      During the period 4-15 September, you can have a photograph taken by staff, and/or collect your card from: D132 (Paisley); A154 (Hamilton); GT.27 (Ayr); Student Link (Dumfries).  From 18 September, come to the Student Link on your campus (The Hub at Paisley).

      ID cards will be posted out to new part time students, and students at Partner Colleges.

    • Suitable photo for your ID card
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      Ideally your photo should be:

      • Passport size (3.5 x 4.5 cm)
      • 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

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

    • ID card for Continuing Students
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      If you are a continuing student you will already have a Student ID card which lasts for the duration of your programme. 

      Please be reminded to bring your ID card to classrooms and labs as this is used to register your attendance; also remember to bring your ID card to exams. 

      If your card has expired or you have changed programme, or there is any other change, we will produce a replacement card for you. Email your request to studentcard@uws.ac.uk advising of the change required, or use the Student ID Card Request Form.  Your photo image will be on record, so you won't need to provide a new photo.

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

    • Check if you are enrolled
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      If you are unsure if you have enrolled fully, you can check in Self Service Banner. If you are already enrolled you will receive an enrolment certificate as proof of your enrolment, and can obtain a summary of your modules.  Note that access to your modules on Moodle does not guarantee that you are enrolled as a student, so you are advised to check in Banner if you are unsure.