Register with the University
Before you can resume your programme
You must re-register as a student, even if you are a distance learner or will be based at a partner institution. Registration also applies to you if you are on placement, away on data collection, are retaking a year or are returning from an interruption of study.
Registering means you will maintain full access to your IT and library accounts so that you can benefit from all of their services, whether you are on campus or studying remotely. This includes your student email account, Blackboard VLE, printing and building access (if applicable).
You should aim to register before your programme resumes and will only be able to do so providing you have passed your previous year's study. If for any reason you feel you will face a delay in registering, you should contact your school office (for taught programmes) or your research administrator (for research programmes) as soon as possible to advise of your circumstances.
To complete registration you will need:
- to check and update the information & contact details we have saved for you;
- to confirm your Right to Study in the UK (students with a nationality outside of the EU/EEA only);
- to confirm how you will pay your tuition fees for the next academic year (if you don't already have funding currently in place).
To log in to the online registration portal you will need to use the link and details sent to you via email from mid August, when the portal opens. This email contains:
- your student ID number;
- your PIN;
- information about the registration process.
We offer programmes in collaboration with a number of partner institutions across the world and, as such, registration processes may vary. If you are unsure about registration and whether the process differs for you, please contact your home institution in the first instance.