Welcome to UWS if you are joining us for the first time and congratulations on your success if you are continuing with your studies!
The new academic year commences on Monday 2 September 2019. All eligible students studying during academic year 2019-20 must complete online enrolment.
Term 1 entry: The main enrolment period ends on 13 September 2019. If you try to enrol after this date, and if you have been attending/engaging with your studies, you would need to contact your personal tutor or the programme leader to ask for the Late Enrolment hold to be released, and give reason for your late enrolment.
Term 2 entry: For students starting in Term 2 (January 2020), online enrolment will open on 6 January 2020, the first day of Term 2.
Once you have accepted your offer to study at UWS the Student Engagement team will send out, via email (to the email address your specified in your application), instructions on how to set up your online security. Setting-up your online security is very important and must be done prior to accessing any of our systems to ensure your personal information is secure.
Check that you have received this email - it may be in your email junk/spam folder. If you have not received it, then you should contact our HUB team (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will be able to assist you. They will ask you for your Student ID, this will be in the format of B00****** (it is sometimes referred to as a Banner ID). Your UWS Student ID will have been sent out to you in your first communication from UWS when you were informed that you had been successful in your application.
Don't worry if you have only just accepted your offer to study at UWS, your email to set up your online security will follow within a week or so of you accepting your place.
Finally, it may be that you have not yet accepted your place to study at UWS. If so, then you will only start to receive further communications once you accept your offer to study with us.
An induction session for your programme of study will be run by your School during Induction Week.
You're expected to attend this important event, as you will:
Once you have completed your online security, you should complete your online enrolment (information on enrolment in the section below). After you have enrolled you will be able to view your personalised timetable. To view your timetable, log in using your Banner ID and password which you set up when completing the online security information.
If you are unable to enrol at this time, you won't see your personalised timetable but you can view a general timetable for your course.
Information about enrolment for new students can be found on the New to UWS page.
Information about enrolment for continuing students can be found on the Coming Back to UWS page.
All students enrol online using Self Service Banner:
There are 4 sections to complete:
You can complete the enrolment in stages or all in one visit. Once all sections are complete, you will see a confirmation message and an enrolment certificate is emailed to your University email account.
These terms and conditions, and all of the documents referred to in them, give you information about us and the legal terms and conditions with which you need to comply with as a condition of your enrolment at the University.
If you are unsure if you have fully completed online enrolment, you can check in Self Service Banner.
When you click on the Online Enrolment link, you will either see a message confirming you have completed your enrolment or you will see a link to continue with your enrolment.
When you have completed online enrolment, a confirmation email will be sent to your student email account. This will contain an enrolment certificate with a summary of your chosen modules.
Please 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.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Hub at Paisley Campus or the Student Link at Ayr, Dumfries and Lanarkshire.
You can also find answers to FAQs or ask a question using the Hub Student Portal.
You have made a great start by choosing to study at UWS and we wish you all the very best of luck with your course. Remember, your views are important and we do listen. Please do not hesitate to provide us with feedback (good feedback is important too), ask questions or give us ideas.
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