You are required to complete the enrolment process in order to be permitted to study on your course. To make this as smooth as possible please carefully read and follow the relevant guidance:
We will email you with details of how to enrol online (which includes your USW student ID to enable login - your UCAS ID won't work). Once enrolled you can collect your student ID card from the designated collection points.
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If you are eligible for a student loan, you will need to have enrolled online, collected and scanned your student ID card in order for your student loan to be released. Here is more information on when you will receive your student loan.
Before you can enrol you will need to attend Pontypridd Campus for your personal enrolment checks to be carried out.
The Student Administration Team will be available to guide you through the process (dates to be announced soon), room H033, Hirwaun Building, Treforest.
Please refer to the enrolment information for further guidance on the process.
Find out how to pay your fees.
Collecting your student ID card is the final step to enrolling at the University. The multi-purpose Student ID card acts as your University identification, library card, door entry card and allows you access to University services and facilities.
Your Student ID Card will be issued following your personal enrolment check being carried out at Pontypridd Campus, room H033, Hirwaun Building.
Advice Zone Online FAQs give answers to everything from enrolment issues to timetables, paying your tuition fees, student loan information, health and wellbeing and much more.
Once you have an active IT account you can sign into Advice Zone Online to ask your questions.
You need to present your immigration documents at the Dubai Campus during Induction Week. The Campus Team will help you with your personalised enrolment checks and issue your student ID card.
The University's terms and conditions of course enrolment
includes confidentiality, data protection, disclosure of information to
third parties, equality and diversity and the Student Declaration.