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January Registration

There are two parts to our registration process, and once you have successfully completed both of these, you will officially become a Brunel student.

Need help?   +44 1895 268268

Part 1: Before you arrive 

You’ll need to complete an online registration form prior to your arrival, which you can do through  eVision, Brunel’s online student portal. You will receive an email explaining how to complete the task as soon as your place at Brunel is confirmed.

Click here for our step by step guide to completing part 1 of registration

Logging into  eVision

Log in using your ‘my applications’ username and password

  • Username: student ID Number
  • Password: date of birth in six digit format (DDMMYY)

You will be asked to choose a new password the first time you log in to eVision. If you logged in to eVision previously, for example to track your application, then you will already have changed your password and should use that password. If you have forgotten your password use the forgotten password option or alternatively contact the Student Centre who can reset it for you.

Within eVision, click on “my Checklist” and complete all sections of the task. The sections of the task that appear are specific to you and may include some or all of the following:

  • my Personal Information: Confirm your personal details and the course for which you are registering. If your personal details are wrong you can change them through eVision. If your course details are incorrect please contact the Admissions Office before you complete your Registration  admissions@brunel.ac.uk
  • my Finance: Confirm how you intend to pay your fees.
  • DBS check: Complete this section and pay online if a DBS check is required for your course
  • Passport, Visa and Biometric Residence Permit (Immigration Document): If you are an international student, please upload a copy of your passport and visa in colour. If you are arriving on a 30 day entry visa you will also need collect and upload your BRP and bring all documentation to registration. If you are unable to upload these documents there will be an opportunity to scan, however, note this may lead to additional queuing
  • All UK, EU and international students must bring their passports with them to register at Brunel.
  • my Student Photo: Upload a recent passport style photo for your ID card. If this option does not appear within your task don’t worry – we will take your photo when you arrive.

Once you have completed the task and a green tick appears by each of the compulsory sections, you will be asked to print a Provisional Registration Document. You should bring this with you to the second part of Registration on campus (unless you are a distance learning student - see the section below).

Shortly after you complete the online Registration task the My Brunel Network Account task will be available for you to complete under the ‘my Checklist’ tab.  This will provide your network account username and email address and allow you to set your Network password. For any network account queries, please refer to  here

We have put together a short guide to completing the online registration task. If you need any further help completing it please contact the Student Centre on +44 (0)1895 268268 or email  student.centre@brunel.ac.uk

 

Part 2: Once you're on campus

The second part of registration is completed in person during your first few days on campus. 

Click here for our step by step guide to completing part 2 of registration


Part 2

The second part of Registration is completed in person during your first week on campus.

  • Undergraduate and postgraduate taught students starting in January should go to the Student Centre in the Howell Building
  • For research students, your Provisional Registration Document will show you where to go first to complete your Registration: if your letter states that your Highest Qualification Check is incomplete, then you should go to the Admissions Office, room 213 in the Bannerman Centre first; if your letter states that only your ID and Fee Status Check are incomplete, then you should go to the Student Centre in the Howell Building.

You will need to bring your passport and any other relevant Registration documentation to Register. We will complete all the required checks and issue you with your student ID card, and there will also be a further opportunity to arrange payment of your tuition fees.

Please note part two of registration must be completed by 19 January 2018.

Completing Registration for distance learning students

The second part of Registration for distance learning students involves a qualifications check. We need to see the original versions of your academic certificates: if you are in the UK and are able to bring these to the Admissions Office please do so; if not then please send a certified copy of your certificate(s) to the Admissions Office. Please do not send original documents in the post in case they are lost. We must receive a certified copy or see the original certificates before you can be registered with the University or receive your course documentation so please send these as soon as possible. If you have already provided these to the Admissions Office prior to completing part one of Registration then your status should show as being fully enrolled.

If you are sending certified copies of your certificates, please clearly state your name, Brunel University London student number, and the course you have applied for, to the Admissions Office at the address below. If your results are not in English, please provide a certified translation.

Admissions Office, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH, UK

You will be able to verify that your enrolment is complete via eVision once we have received your documents (please allow up to 48 hours from receipt of documents before checking). Once this has been completed your College will send your course material to you.

If you have any further queries about this, please contact the Admissions Office via admissions@brunel.ac.uk or on 01895 265 265

Completing your Registration for LBIC

The FINAL part of Registration for LBIC students concludes by visiting the LBIC Student Service Office in the ground floor of the Russell Building, once you have your Student ID card, here you will receive your Timetable and finalise your Registration. Contact studentservices@lbic.brunel.ac.uk

Distance learning students: part 2 of registration

The second part of registration for distance learning students involves a qualifications check. We need to see the original versions of your academic certificates: if you are in the UK and are able to bring these to the Admissions Office please do so; if not then please send a certified copy of your certificate(s) to the Admissions Office. Please do not send original documents in the post in case they are lost. If you are sending certified copies, please clearly state your name, Brunel student number, and the course you have applied for, to the Admissions Office, Brunel University London, Uxbridge UB8 3PH. If your results are not in English, please provide a certified translation.

We must receive a certified copy, or see the original certificates before you can be registered with the University or receive your course documentation so please send these as soon as possible. If your results are not in English, please provide a certified translation. If you have already provided these to the Admissions Office prior to completing part one of Registration then your status should show as being fully enrolled.

You will be able to verify that your enrolment is complete via eVision once we have received your documents (please allow up to 48 hours from receipt of documents before checking). Once this has been completed, your College will send your course material to you. If you have any further queries about this, please contact the Admissions Office via  admissions@brunel.ac.uk or on 01895 265 265

LBIC students: part 2 of registration

The final part of registration for LBIC students concludes by visiting the LBIC Student Service Office in the ground floor of the Russell Building, once you have your Student ID card, here you will receive your timetable and finalise your registration. Contact  studentservices@lbic.brunel.ac.uk

 

Registration documentation

Please ensure you have these documents with you to register when you arrive:

  • Passport: you cannot register without your passport, even if you have previously registered as a Brunel student. If you don’t have one, see the  passport information page for advice.
  • Brunel offer email or another document containing your seven digit Student Number (usually starting 18).
  • Provisional Registration Document:  print this once you have completed the online Registration task – see  How to register. If you do not bring a hardcopy, there will be an opportunity to print, however note this may lead to additional queuing Original academic certificates plus certified English translations, if applicable: you do not need to bring these if you are an A-level student who sat all your A-levels this summer and applied through UCAS before 30 June 2018, or if we have already seen the originals.
  • English language certificates: bring these if you are an international student or if your offer was conditional on achieving an English language qualification – unless we have already seen the originals.
  • Sponsorship letters if you are receiving external sponsorship towards your fees/living costs.
  • Disclosure and Barring Scheme (DBS) check documents: Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Social Work students only – you will have been sent details of what to bring if the check is not yet complete.
  • Visa if you are an international student: make sure that you have a valid Tier 4 (General) Student Visa for study that covers the full length of your course. If you already have a UK visa, it is important to check that it is suitable for registration before arriving at Brunel. If you have any queries contact  admissions.immigration@brunel.ac.uk.
  • Under 18 Consent Form if you will be under 18 when you join Brunel: bring this with you if you have not already returned it to the Admissions Office, signed by your parent/guardian. If you will be under 18 and you have not received an email regarding this form, contact the Admissions Office immediately on +44 (0)1895 265265.