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:
Step One: Set up your University IT account
Step Two: Complete Online Enrolment
Step Three: Collect your Student ID Card
Due to the current situation with
COVID -19, we are unable to produce student ID cards.
If you require documentation to confirm your status as a student, please see our student letter web pages.
You will be issued with your student ID card as soon as we are able to resume this service.
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).
Please note: the Student Enrolment System currently works best with Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. If you experience problems perhaps consider retrying with these browsers.
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COVID-19 contingency. Student Finance payments are still scheduled to be released once your course has started and upon your completion of the online enrolment process. Once the University has confirmed your registration to the Student Loans Company, you can expect to receive payment within 3 to 5 working days, depending on who you bank with. Please note, your application for Student Finance must have been approved by before the University can confirm your registration with the Student Loans Company.
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 in room H033, Hirwaun building between Monday 21th to Friday 25th September 2020.
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.
Due to the current lockdown in line with
government guidance, any physical elements of enrolment or ID card production
and collection are suspended under further notice.
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.
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.