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Getting Here

ArrivingGetting here

For information on how to get to the University please CLICK HERE


What to do on arrival

For a step by step guide on what resident students need to do when they arrive please click here. Any queries regarding your accommodation on moving-in day should be directed to

Resident students move in and register on Sunday, 15th September

Non-resident new students (including direct entry and progression route / ‘top up’ students) register on Monday, 16th September (unless they have been contacted separately and advised otherwise).

The exact time of Registration for your programme will be shown on your personal on-line Welcome Week Timetable that you can access when you enrol on-line via the

By registering you will also trigger your student funding (where eligible). Any problems with student funding, contact

Finding your bearings

For a map of the entire campus with information on accessibility click here.

Please click the following links for more information on:

The Dining Hall
The Library 
The Chaplaincy
Student Support
Futures Team (Employability)

Collecting your University Card

During registration students will be provided with their University Card. You will need your card to use the Library’s services and facilities and to use the University’s multi-functional devices to print, photocopy and scan.

By registering you will also trigger your student funding (where eligible). Any problems with student funding, contact

Bringing personal IT devices to University

Wireless Internet access is available across the campus and you can connect most devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones.

Click here for information about connecting to the campus WiFi.

Registering with a doctor

For information on registering with a Health Centre please click here.
International Students should click here and here


New students are advised to take up the offer of the Meningitis ACWY vaccination when offered by their GP before starting university, and to register with a new GP on arrival at University (for new entrants who have moved away from their previous area of residence) just follow this link to register with a local health centre.

Further information about Meningitis can be found here and here

The Meningitis Now charity have created these resources for you to use and share: