Registration 2009/10. Key Points Registration is an online process If you get stuck, telephone our Helpline 0161 275 2350 If you need to see somebody.
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Key Points Registration is an online process If you get stuck, telephone our Helpline 0161 275 2350 If you need to see somebody e.g. to pay by cheque, come to the Whitworth Hall according to the Registration timetable.
You should already have: Crucial Guide –If not, your School will have a copy of the Crucial Guide for you –Alternatively go online http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/crucial- guide/ Log-On details –Telephone 0161 275 2350 if you have not received these.
PC Clusters VenueLocation Cluster Room George Kenyon Cluster Oxford Road site Accommodation Block Owens ParkFallowfield 1st floor Main Entrance Barnes Wallis Building Sackville St site 2nd Floor Other clusters are available in Halls of Residence and in schools.
After I.T. signup Log on to the student system to register http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/crucial- guide/academic-life/registration/ Follow the 10 steps (refer to Crucial Guide)
Steps 1-9 You will need to check your personal details and give a term- time address. Step 10 is Payment of Tuition Fees.
Payment of Tuition Fees You should aim to do this online If you get stuck telephone Registration Helpline 0161 275 2350 If you really need to see somebody go to Whitworth Hall according to the Registration timetable. http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/cr ucial-guide/academic-life/registration/
You can pay online by Debit / Credit Card You can pay in Whitworth Hall by Cheque – payable to “The University of Manchester” Travellers cheques (sterling only) Bankers Draft Cash (for security reasons we don’t recommend this) Note – We cannot accept American Express Cards
Payment Online The 1 st instalment (3 instalments maximum) is due at Registration, to be paid by debit /credit card. You can pay in full or set up a Direct Debit plan to pay your remaining 2 instalments. You then need to attend a swipe card collection venue to have your photograph taken and collect your card
Registration Helpline 0161 275 2350 9am – 5pm in Registration Week Queries Payment by Credit / Debit Card Set Up Direct Debit Plans (need to make1 st payment immediately by card)
Face to Face Registration (only if absolutely necessary) Whitworth Hall You should attend at the time advised by your School/Registration timetable No fast track card issue facilities
What you need to bring: Log-On details Sponsorship Letter (if applicable) UK bank details (if you wish to pay in instalments) Payment Passport + UK ID / ICFN card (if one has been issued) for scanning EU Students – Financial Notice from SLC
Paying in 3 Instalments Three equal instalments for all students 1)Registration 2)19 th January (payable by Direct Debit) 3)19 th April (payable by Direct Debit) The money must be in your account by the close of business the working day before – £25 fee for late payments Late payment levy rises to £50 after 28 days if payment not made.
Banks To set up a Direct Debit for the remainder of your tuition fees you MUST have a UK bank account details. Major High-Street banks on Campus (see Crucial Guide p23 for contact details) Some banks available at Registration in Whitworth Hall. Some banks allow you to apply online Open a bank account as soon as possible
Opening a Bank Account You will need –Passport –Offer Letter sent to home address –Confirmation of UK address You should be able to get your account number and sort code within a couple of days (you cannot set up a Direct Debit to pay in instalments without these). What do banks offer in terms of services: http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/cruci al-guide/financial-life/bank-accounts/ http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/cruci al-guide/financial-life/bank-accounts/
Swipe Card Collection New international students can only get their swipe card when they have had their passport and visa or passport and UK ID (ICFN) card scanned.
Swipe Card Collection Venues CENTRAL VENUES George Kenyon cluster (18 - 30 September - Monday to Friday 9.15am to 5pm and Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September 10am to 4pm) Joule Library (Sackville Street, Main Building, Floor E), 18 – 30 September 9.15am - 5pm, except Sunday 20 September 1pm to 6pm. Students from the School of Mechanical, Aeronautical and Civil Engineering (MACE) only: George Begg Building, Room B8; times to be advised to relevant students. Students from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering only: Sackville Street Building, Room B23, times to be advised to relevant students.
Swipe card collection venues HALLS OF RESIDENCE VENUES Owens Park (Little Court A) (17 – 21 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.) Renold Building, Sackville Street B28 (17 – 21 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.) Grosvenor Hall ( TV Room) (17 – 21 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.) Grove House, Whitworth Park (IT Cluster) (17 – 21 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.) Hulme Hall (Seminar Room) (17 – 21 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.) Dalton Ellis (Library) (17 – 20 September; 9.15am - 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm at weekends.)
Late Registration Charge The University will impose a £50 late registration fee on students registering after 30 th September.
Debts Students who owe money to the University cannot re-register, or graduate. Budgeting is essential If you run in to difficulties, seek help immediately Student Services Centre
Travelling between the registration venues use the FREE 147 Bus Sackville St Under the railway bridge next to the gate house Oxford Rd Outside MBS or the Students Union Use your swipe card or free pass on inside cover of ‘Crucial Guide’