Staff assessment of enrolment information and getting your Student ID card
What happens next?
Once you have completed the Student Virtual Enrolment Task, you will receive an email confirming your current enrolment status of Not Enrolled.
Why is the status Not Enrolled?
We have to verify your identity from the documents you have supplied and check your ID photo is suitable for your student ID card.
‘Not enrolled’ is an important first step, as it means you now have a student record, with core modules attached for your course.
Within five working days, staff will assess the information you supplied with one of the following outcomes:
- If the details meet the enrolment requirements, your student record status will be updated from Not Enrolled to Fully Enrolled, and you will receive notification of your Fully Enrolled status. If you are resident in the UK, your student ID card will be dispatched to your UK term-time address within 10 working days, if/ when you have confirmed your term time address with us. If relevant, your full enrolment status will be confirmed with the Student Loans Company who will then prepare the loan for release to you.
- If the details you supplied only partly meet the enrolment requirements, or you are an overseas student who will be studying on a Student visa, your student record will be updated to Temporary Enrolled. This status will provide the same access as a Fully Enrolled student for a limited period, and your ID card will still be posted to your UK term-time address, if/when you have confirmed your address with us. You will be sent information on what to do and by when to change your status to Fully Enrolled.
- If you have not met the enrolment requirements, your student record status will remain as Not Enrolled. You will not have access to your course or student funding if relevant. You will receive confirmation that we need more information from you to progress your enrolment, and what to do next. Please wait to be contacted by us. If you don’t receive an email about your enrolment status within five working days contact us at: [email protected]. Include your name, course and applicant ID in your message.
Enrolment deadline for UK students and overseas students who do not need a Student visa
For UK students and overseas students who do not require a Student visa, the deadline by which your status must be Fully Enrolled is Friday 29 January 2021. Students who are not fully enrolled by this date will be withdrawn.
Enrolment deadline for those who have, or are applying for a Student visa
The final date to enrol is Friday 29 January 2021. All students who are not enrolled by this date will be withdrawn. However, there may be exceptional circumstances whereby the University may agree an extension.
Please note, if you are not yet in the UK you can enrol online and commence your course. The latest date for you to physically arrive in the UK is 5 April 2021.
Paying your fees
If the Student Loans Company will be paying your fees, you can upload your confirmation letter to the Student Virtual Enrolment Task.
If you are a self-funding student and you have not already paid your fees online, please complete payment as soon as possible and no later than 30 September 2020.
For full details, including a secure payment link, information on instalment agreements and sponsorship, please visit our Paying your fees page.
Documentation required to complete Student Virtual Enrolment
For home UK students, the following documentation will be required.
- Proof of your identify. This can be:
- A valid UK passport
- A UK birth certificate, drivers licence with photo, and proof of your national insurance number eg a P60, P45 or national insurance card
- Original certificates for qualifications that do not have a status of ‘verified’ or ‘verified UCAS’ in the Student Virtual Enrolment Task
- If you are funded by the Student Loans Company, you will need your SLC confirmation letter
- Proof of any fee payments made or scholarship/funding letters
If you are an international student, you will also need to provide the following documentation:
- Student visa or another visa/residence permit that is valid for study in the UK
- A valid passport
For EU nationals who have applied for EU Pre-settled/Settled Status, we will ask you to provide your “share code” in order for us to officially verify your status in the UK. You can get your share code on the gov.uk website.