Enrolment is the process through which you formally agree to be a student at UCL.
On this page you will find information on:
- What is enrolment?
- Where and when do I enrol?
- What do I need to bring with me?
- How do I enrol if I am a distance-learning student?
- What happens next?
Enrolment incorporates the following important steps:
- We will verify your ID
- We will check and record your passport and any visa you hold
- You will confirm your acceptance of UCL’s terms and conditions
- You will have the opportunity to pay your fees
- You will be issued you with a student ID card and a confirmation of your enrolment
- Once we confirm your enrolment, you can select your modules and access the library, your UCL email account and other online resources
Enrolment takes place at the Recruitment and Admissions Hub on the Ground Floor, room G01 & G02 (Chadwick Building). They are open for enrolment from 2pm - 4.30pm each weekday. Once you have completed pre-enrolment, you will receive an email confirming your enrolment appointment details.
Teach First and Summer School students
If you are a Teach First student enrolling on the 25 June or a Summer School student enrolling on 1 July, please note that you have special enrolment arrangements. Please refer to the email you will have received from your department to find out where you will need to go, along with your appointment time. Please note that you will not enrol in the Recruitment and Admissions Hub.
If you are a Teach First student and you miss your appointment, you will be able to late enrol in the Recruitment and Admissions Hub between 12-2pm on 26-27 June, and 15-19 July. If you are a Summer School student and you miss your appointment, you will be able to late enrol in the Recruitment and Admissions Hub between 12-2pm on 2-3 July.
All new students need to bring a valid passport. If you do not have a valid passport, the following will be accepted forms of identification:
- A UK photo driving licence, but only where this shows you were born in the UK (a provisional driving licence is acceptable)
- A European National Identity Card
- An Armed Forces Identity Card.
- An original birth or adoption certificate with another form of photo ID
- You will also need your student number, quoted on your offer letter.
I am an overseas student, what should I bring with me to enrol on my programme?
All overseas students will need bring the following in order to enrol:
- Your passport. It is very important that you bring your passport as alternative ID will not be accepted.
- Your visa. You will need to ensure that your visa has not expired, and permits you to study in the UK.
I am a Tier 4 visa holder, and I will be collecting a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP). Do I need to collect my BRP before I enrol?
Yes, you will need to collect your BRP prior to enrolment.
I am studying a programme that requires ATAS clearance. Do I need to bring my ATAS certificate?
Yes, you will need to bring your ATAS certificate in order to enrol. Please note that ATAS applies regardless of course length and immigration category.
I don’t have my visa with me because I have submitted a visa application from within the UK and it is still under consideration. I submitted the application by myself. Can I still enrol?
Yes, as long as you are able to provide evidence of your in-time application.
If you have applied for your visa from within the UK, you will need to bring:
- Your passport
- Your current visa
- Your UKVCAS appointment confirmation
And one of the following documents:
- Your application checklist
- The first page of your visa application
- Your payment receipt from the Home Office
I submitted my application with the UCL Check and Send service and it is still under consideration. Can I still enrol?
Yes, as long as you are able to provide evidence of your in-time application. You will need to bring along the following:
- A photocopy of your passport
- A photocopy of your current visa
- The coversheet given to you by the UCL Check and Send Service when you had your appointment with them
If you have received an offer confirming your status on a distance-learning programme, you will not be required to attend UCL in person during your studies. We will provide you with relevant information during the pre-enrolment process.