Returning students will be able to re-enrol on-line using the Registration Wizard.

From 10am on the 16th September all Undergraduate students will be able to register, and from 10am on the 18th September all Postgraduate student will be able to register.   You do not need to come on-site, however if you have any difficulties accessing or using the Wizard, you can also complete the enrolment in person at the Elmwood Learning and Teaching Centre from these dates.

Please note that you must be in good academic standing and have been approved by your School to move to the next year of study, otherwise the Wizard will not be available to you. Information on accessing and using the Registration Wizard can be found by clicking here.

If you cannot remember your password, please contact the Enrolment and Registration Helpline on 02890 97 3223, or email

You must complete Enrolment and Registration using the Registration Wizard before teaching starts on 30 September. Once you have fully completed all stages of the Registration Wizard, no further action is needed. Your semester timetable will be available in Qsis thereafter and your student card will be reactivated on first use.

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