January 2020 - Orientation and Enrolment Week

Orientation at UCB is a programme delivered for all students to better prepare and equip them for the challenges that higher education has to offer. Over the duration of your orientation programme we will introduce you to the inner workings of UCB and familiarise you with how to access all of the fantastic support services that we have to offer.

 

 
Important information - If you have been offered a place at UCB you will be sent an online pre-registration email during the summer. You must complete your online pre-registration before you official enrolment date (this is when you come in and physically enrol). Pre-registration will enable you to check that all your personal information is accurate and up to date before you enrol.

We need to register you as a UCB student and enrol you onto your programme. Once you are registered and enrolled, for several days we will provide a series of orientation activities that will introduce you to the UK, Birmingham, UCB and your fellow students. These activities are always very popular; our international students always say how much they enjoyed the orientation activities, and how very helpful these were too.   

During this week you can also register with a doctor and open a bank account.

Enrolment

Enrolment will take place at Summer Row (B3 1JB) between 27-31 January. 

  • 27th January
    • Undergraduate Home and EU Students: 9 am – 12 pm
    • International Students 1 pm – 5 pm
  • 28th January
    • Postgraduate Home and EU Students: 9 am – 12 pm
    • International Students 1 pm – 5 pm
  • 29th – 31st January
    • All Students: 10 am – 2 pm

If you are not able to attend enrolment, please contact us; 

What do international students need to bring to Orientation and enrolment?

Qualifications
Identification Documents

What happens at enrolment?

General Information
What if I can't attend enrolment?

Welcome Fest

We have put together a whole host of activities for UCB's 'Welcome Fest 2020'. The action-packed week, starting on Saturday 25 January, will not only introduce you to your course, it is also about getting to know Birmingham, meeting fellow students and trying out new things! If you wish to take part in any of the activities, please book your place on Monday when you arrive (activities taking place on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 January do not need to be booked).

Course-specific information for new students 

Business School

 

School of Education, Health and Community 

 

College of Food

 

School of Sport and Creative Services 

 

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