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Pre-Sessional English and Study Skills Online

June and July 2022

Your programme induction meeting will take place via Microsoft Teams. It is very important that you attend this meeting as you will be provided with vital information related to the programme.

To attend your programme induction meeting, please complete the online registration form for your start date below - this will be confirmed on your enrolment email. If you are experiencing problems, you can view step-by-step instructions in this presentation.

To register, you will be asked to log in to Microsoft/University Portal using your university account details. A Microsoft account is provided as part of your studies, so you do not need to create one or use an existing account. To log in you will be asked for your university account details, which will have been sent to you by email. These will include:

  • Your Northumbria University email address (for example: …@northumbria.ac.uk)
  • Your Northumbria University username (for example: w2001234)
  • Your Northumbria University password
  • Your Northumbria University student number

Please have these ready when you register to attend the programme induction meeting.

Online Induction Sessions

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