The University must ensure that all our students have the right to study with us throughout their course(s) and must retain evidence of your UK immigration status. If the immigration documents we hold for you have expired or you must make a new visa application before you can be registered for the next academic year, you’ll need to register in person rather than on-line and you should receive an email from our International Services team to let you know what immigration documents you’ll need to bring.
Come along to the registration event at your campus during Welcome Week and bring the following documents with you:
Documents showing how you are funded to pay your tuition fees (if you're self-funded, you will need to pay at least one term's tuition fees before you can register) and;
Details of your current UK address and contact details and;
Your valid passport containing your entry clearance sticker or stamp and evidence of your valid UK immigration status as follows:
- If you travelled into the UK recently, your travel ticket showing your date of entry into the UK, paper or electronic and;
- Your Biometric Residence Permit, if you have one (if you have a new one to collect, you should collect it first) or;
- A copy of all pages of your leave to remain application, if you have made one recently and not yet had the outcome
If you have indefinite leave, settlement, an EEA family member permit or any other form of UK immigration permission and do not have a BRP you must bring a Home Office document showing your current status.
Please be aware that if you are unable to supply documents to prove that you have valid UK immigration status that allows study with us you will not be able to register and start your course. Read more about visa checks at registration.