If you have been offered a place at University College Birmingham, you will be sent an email from our Admissions team to complete your online pre-registration. It is really important that you complete your online pre-registration before you proceed to online enrolment.
To complete online registration, students will be sent a text and an email. This will include a password and a link to complete online registration.
If you have not received your email and text message, call our Admissions team on 0121 604 1040 or complete our enquiry form here and we will help you to activate your account and complete registration.
- Opens: Monday 15 February (except those enrolling on the Nursing degree, please see below)
- Closes: Monday 8 March
- Induction and Orientation: Week Commencing 22 February
- Teaching: Week Commencing 1 March
Unconditional offer holders
Anyone holding an unconditional offer can start the enrolment process from 15 February. Students will be sent information on how to upload their ID and photo. We will require certain evidence to confirm your ID. See below the documents we will accept.
Conditional offer holders
This means you have conditions outstanding (in the main this is evidence of qualifications which we need you to send to us). Please send these using our enquiry form below.
What if I've changed my mind and don't want to enrol at University College Birmingham?
If you have changed your mind and no longer wish to enrol, you must let us know as soon as possible so we can offer your place to someone else. Please call 0121 604 1040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Uploading your ID and photo
For identification, you will need to upload a copy of the following:
- British or EU Passport, or
- European Identity Card, or
- If you do not have a passport, please upload your:
- birth certificate and
- another form of photo ID, such as a driving licence or proof of age card*
*Please note that we may ask for additional evidence before we can complete your enrolment.
- A non-UK/EEA passport and:
- your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) or
- visa document or
- Home Office letter confirming your residency status in the UK
- If you are an asylum seeker, please upload your Application Registration Card.
- If you don’t have any documentation to confirm your immigration status in the UK, University College Birmingham will ask for your permission to request this information from the Home Office.
For all students
Please note: if your name is now different from the name on the documentation above, please also upload evidence to support your name change, e.g. deed poll document or marriage certificate. All our systems will use the name on your official documentation.
Our Finance and Student Records Team will review your enrolment details to ensure they are complete. We will then match your ID information with the information we hold from Student Finance England, to confirm if your loan is in place.
If your loan is in place and we have approved the ID that you have uploaded, you will be sent confirmation of your enrolment.
- If you are eligible for student loans and grants, they will become available shortly after University College Birmingham has confirmed your enrolment.
- Ensure you have enough funds to cover your first few weeks at university as your postgraduate loan (UK & EU students only) may not be available immediately.You’ll receive your first payment soon after we confirms your attendance on your course. The money will be paid directly into your bank account.
- It is essential that you register with a doctor and/or dentist in the area where you are living while at University College Birmingham. Information regarding registering with a doctor and/or dentist is available either from the University Nurse, the Student Services unit, or in the case of residents of The Maltings, in the information pack provided to you upon arrival. The University works closely with the Halcyon Medical Centre located in Bath Row. Representatives from the practice will be available to discuss registration at various events after you have arrived.
- Travel pass – if you are commuting on a daily basis, you might want to consider purchasing a travel pass. Network West Midlands offers student-rate term passes for use on the bus, train and metro. Further information and ticket prices can be found here.
- Become a member of the National Union of Students (NUS). Membership is free, although a charge entitles you to admission at concessionary rates to theatres, cinemas and other places of entertainment, reduced price travel on national and regional coach, bus and rail networks, and many other privileges.
- Make the most of your time at University College Birmingham by joining the Guild of Students. The Guild has numerous clubs and societies at the University which are an ideal way in which to meet others outside of your course group.
Teaching commences on Monday 1st March. Timetables will be issued for your course during the course induction, but you can see information on what to expect in and how our undergraduate and postgraduate courses will be delivered in semester 2 here.
Induction and course-specific information
Instructions on how to access Canvas for those induction sessions delivered online can be found here.
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