COVID restrictions on campus
Unfortunately we still have some restrictions on campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our aim to keep everyone as safe as possible while making campus as accessible as possible. For the latest information visit the COVID-19 section on our site.
- Welcome and Induction
- New students
- Returning students
Before you come back
1 Re-enrol on your course
It is important you re-enrol on to your course to access your student loan and to update your contact information. Please note, your student loan should be paid 3-5 working days from your course start date. This is however, on the basis that you have completed your re-enrolment.
If you experience any issues re-enrolling, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 Ensure you have your campus card
If you intend to come onto campus, you will require your card for access to various buildings, including the library, and as a form of ID.
If you have lost your card, please order your replacement from the online store. There is a £10 charge for a replacement card. If you didn’t receive your student card last year, please request your first campus card via the campus card request form.
4 Know your accommodation
If you have decided to live in university managed accommodation and been offered a place, you should have received confirmation of this from our accommodation team.
If you haven't sorted your accommodation yet, don't worry, there are still rooms available and our accommodation team can support you with this process. See our accommodation website for further information.
5 Have your finances in place
Please note, your Student Loan should be paid 3-5 working days from your course start date for this year. This is however, on the basis that have you have completed your re-enrolment. If you need any help with applying for your student loan, the Student Loans Company (SLC) have created special guidance and FAQs.
If you are having problems with your student finance, you can access help and support from the money advice team. Money advice can also support you in applying for bursaries and scholarships.
6 International Check-in
Returning overseas students who require immigration permission to be in the UK need to evidence this to the university on their arrival. For this reason, the Student Immigration Advice and Compliance (SIAC) team run International Check-In sessions in September. Prior to your arrival in the UK, SIAC will contact you via email to arrange your international check-in.