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Enrolment

Before you can begin your studies at Northumbria you must enrol as a student with us.  All Home and EU students, and Continuing International students, enrol online before you arrive at university.  This is quick and easy and gives you access to many essential aspects of university life such as our IT Systems, the Library and the Student's Union.

New International students must pre-register online at home. When you arrive at University you will need to attend one of the 'University Wide' sessions below to complete your enrolment. 

To enrol or complete pre-registration you need to log into the Student Portal, click on the Enrol link on the left-hand side and follow the onscreen instructions.  You will need your username and password which will have already been sent to you, and have a digital passport style photograph ready so that you can upload it for your student smartcard.  When you have completed the enrolment process successfully you will receive a confirmation email to your University email account.

  • For information about your University smartcard and how to collect it click here.

Course

Date

Time

Venue

St Georges

Monday 13 January 2020

10:30-12:00

Drill Hall, room 001-003

University Wide

Monday 20 January 2020

10:00-16:00

North Court, Sport Central

University Wide

Wednesday 22 January 2020

10:00-13:00

Centre Court, Sport Central

University Wide

Monday 27 January 2020

10:00-13:00

Upper Hall, Sport Central

All Students

London

Monday 27 January 2020

Tuesday 28 January 2020

10:00-16:00

 

Middlesex Street, London

 



In line with the University’s enrolment policy, in exceptional cases students may enrol after our published enrolment deadlines according to the following protocols:

  • Undergraduate students (all fees status and modes), up to 3 weeks after the published start date of the programme
  • Postgraduate taught and research students (all fees status and modes), up to 4 weeks after the published start date of the programme

 


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