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Enrolment and Freshers’
Details regarding your enrolment to start your studies this September 2020 will be sent to you the week commencing 17 August 2020 and will detail how and where you will enrol.
Below is important information regarding what you need to know about your enrolment and induction to UCEN Manchester.
Enrolment and Induction
As part of the enrolment process, you will be given all the information you need as a new student. We will verify your documents and you will be able to collect your new Student ID badge, which will give you access to our secure campuses and resources.
You may need to provide the following as part of the enrolment process:
- Proof of results for the qualifications you have, including original certificates
- Your letter from Student Finance England (SFE) showing proof of Tuition Fees Loan Award or means to pay you own fees
- National Insurance Number
- Please read the enclosed UCEN Manchester Terms and Conditions – and Tuition fee Policy.
Advice on payments and fees
The main source of tuition fee support for Higher Education students is through Student Finance England (SFE). Please refer to 5.2 and 5.2.1 of the enclosed Higher Education Tuition Fee Policy 2019/20 for further details.
If your SFE Funding Advice has not been received by the time you are due to enrol, you will be required to complete a direct debit mandate at enrolment. For full information please refer to 5.3 of the Higher Education Tuition Fee Policy 2019/20.
If you have any queries regarding students finance, please visit the Student Finance England (SFE) website.
If you are unsure about which student loans are available to you, we recommend that you get advice as soon as possible. UCEN Manchester’s Careers and Welfare Service provides information on entitlement and can help you make an online application to Student Finance England.
The Careers and Welfare service can be contacted by email: Careers&Welfare@ucenmcr.tmc.ac.uk
Please note that you will not be allowed to complete enrolment without loan confirmation or completing a direct debit mandate.
Student accommodation is provided by Manchester Student Homes, a free, university-run housing service for students.
UCEN Manchester’s Welcome Week is part of your induction to degree level study. Welcome week will take place the week commencing 7 September and this year will be delivered virtually.
This is a great chance to meet other new students, find out more about the many ways to get involved with Student Life at UCEN Manchester and celebrate your new adventure into Higher Education.
We will shortly publish a full calendar of virtual events which you can explore and book onto.