If you are enrolling with us, you will receive instructions to the email address you provided for your application. The email will include information on the steps you need to take before enrolling onto your course and any documentation you will need to provide during enrolment.
The dates for your enrolment as well as campus and programme inductions can be found by clicking here. It is compulsory that you enrol online and attend both the campus and programme induction. The exact dates and times of your enrolment and inductions will be sent via email. Please also refer to our video on how to enrol or re-enrol online.
The induction will introduce you to the university, campus and your programme.
We also ask you to take some time to watch the following Learning Resources video and accompanying workbook. This will ensure you are familiar with how to access and use the learning resources available to support your studies.Enrolment and induction timetables
Your health and wellbeing is our priority. Please watch this Health and Safety on Campus video carefully to ensure you travel safely to campus and understand how we will be operating during the current Covid-19 Period.
Please also take some time to read our guide to staying safe on campus.Download Induction Slides Presentation
Please read this brief guide to how to access our our-line learning resources including your University Email, Student Portal, University Library, Blackboard Ultra Virtual Classroom and Academic Skills Support.E-Resources Guide
Our video below gives you an overview of Blackboard Ultra and the resources that are available to you.
If you would like to book study space on-campus for individual learning, or to meet with your fellow students in small groups, we’re intending our campus to be open for students from Monday 28 September. You can check opening days and times on our campus page here.
Our Careers and Employability Team are also available to support you and you will be able to book one-to-one appointments with them. This is particularly important if you are seeking internship opportunities or planning ahead for your future careers.
Your personal tutors will also be available for regular tutorials.
More information about the above will be covered in your inductions.
Your health and well-being is of paramount importance to us.
When coming into campus:
We will also provide a care pack for you all.
Again, full guidance will be provided as part of your induction. We ask you to follow the guidance carefully and ask us any questions should be uncertain or concerned about any aspect.
Throughout your studies, you can also access our Student Support Team via the Student Hub or in person via our on campus Ask4Help Team.
Some of you may not be in a position to travel to the UK or come to campus at the moment. If this is the case, please do not worry. We can support you whilst you transition to campus. Blended learning does not normally mean that you can study wholly online with optional on-campus engagement. There is a requirement of your studies that you will join us on-campus as soon as you are able to do so. Until you are able to attend support may be made on an individual basis for students who, for legitimate reasons, are unable to travel to campus. We will ask you to fill in a form to inform us if you are unable to engage with the on campus offer from the start of Semester 1. We will then be in touch with you.
We look forward to supporting your in your learning journey and helping you to succeed and have a fantastic time learning with us.
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