Registration Process Angela McNeill Student Progress Service.
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Registration Process Angela McNeill Student Progress Service
What is Registration? Registration is the steps that you need to take to make sure that you are properly recognised as a student at the University. Registration includes: Agreeing to University regulations, terms and conditions Making tuition fee payments Confirming your personal details Confirming your programme of study Collecting your Smart card (to use University facilities) Confirming your English language ability and making arrangements for any additional language training Seeing your tutor/supervisor Confirming any modules you may be studying Joining the Student Union (if you wish).
Self Service Registration You will have received an email and/or Welcome Pack in the post. The document contains details about how you register with the University for the start of your programme of study: www.ncl.ac.uk/pre-arrival/pack/documents/reginfostudents08.pdfwww.ncl.ac.uk/pre-arrival/pack/documents/reginfostudents08.pdf. To register you will need the following which has been provided :- Your University Login Name The password for University IT services (e.g. e-mail, the University network, etc.) A separate password for the Student Self Service Portal (S3P), which will be emailed to your University email address. Also provided is your University email address To complete your registration, go to www.ncl.ac.uk/iss/pre-arrival/www.ncl.ac.uk/iss/pre-arrival/ Full instructions tell you how to login to your University email, and what to do next.
Registration: Where? During Orientation and Welcome week Kings Road Centre Academic Help Desk Computer Access Finance Smart Card Issue Registration with a Doctor Bank letters Herschel Building Your School / Graduate School
Registration: Language Assessment Many new overseas students are required to take a free Language Assessment. Gives you access to English Language support during your studies Unless you have been exempted you must attend. During Induction / welcome week, sessions are held on the Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre 3 Herschel Building.
Registration: Financial Arrangements Many new students must go to the Kings Road Centre, to make financial arrangements (You can do this on-line !) See Finance Office representatives Take payment or sponsor letter Arrange Installments Several Different Payment Methods Cash-Bank Credit Transfer Direct Debit-Credit or Debit Card
Induction: In your School / Graduate School Follow any timetable of events that you may have received from your School / Graduate School about induction activities. If in doubt contact your School / Graduate School office. At your School/ Graduate School you will: You may see your tutor/supervisor. Confirm any Module choices. Collect Programme Handbook Attend Induction activities
Completion of Registration Take your printed form to King’s Road Centre. Your Smart card can be produced with a digital photograph. You will need to show your passport for ID purposes This means that you can start to use the library and computing facilities. The formal steps in the University’s registration processes should now be completed, but there may well be other induction activities that you need to take part in.
Bank Letter Requests If you do not have a UK Bank Account and you wish to open one you will need to have a letter of Introduction from the University. Bank Letter requests can be made at the Kings Road Centre. Your personal details such as name and term-time address must be correct on the self service record to produce an accurate Bank Letter