This means that you have been accepted to a different course than that to which you applied and you have replied accepting this place. The course code and abbreviation listed are for the new course to which you have been accepted.
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You will receive formal confirmation of this decision through your UCAS Hub account and not direct from the University. In order to confirm that you intend to take up your place you should complete our Confirmation of Intention to Accept/Decline UCAS place form which can be accessed at:
If you decline the offer, you should understand that you will not be permitted to negotiate with other institutions in the UCAS system. Where offers are declined, even in error, there is no guarantee of places being reinstated.
Applicants who are away from home in August may authorise someone to take the necessary action on their behalf.
Failure to respond to your offer promptly will delay the despatch of your Welcome Guide.
Guides containing information about Enrolment and Registration will begin to be emailed from the end of August onwards to those who have accepted an unconditional offer of a place. If you have confirmed to Queen's that you are taking up your place but have not received your Guide by 5 September, please contact the Student Helpline (Tel: +44 (0) 28 9097 3223; firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Guide will be emailed to you at the email address provided in your application so it is important that you notify both UCAS and the Admissions and Access Service of any change to your contact details.
Your Welcome Guide will contain your username (student number) and password. You will be able to use these to log into your new Queen’s email account. Please check this on a regular basis as the University and your academic department (School) will begin to use your Queen’s email to send you crucial information that you need to know before arriving.
The 2022-23 academic year will commence on Monday 19 September 2022, for all undergraduate students, except for those on programmes with approved earlier start dates.
The University will be offering a Pre-Semester Engagement Programme which all students are invited to take part in. Within this programme there will be activities specifically targeted at new, international and returning students. Please visit the website for more information; https://www.qub.ac.uk/sites/my-queens/pre-semester-engagement/
Enrolment and Registration
Enrolment and Registration commences on 5 September 2022 for the majority of new students. You will complete online registration and then will be asked to book an appointment for matriculation. Details of this, including the venue will be included in your Welcome Guide that will be emailed to your personal email account.
It is not until you have completed the full registration process that you will be a fully enrolled student of Queen’s and entitled to use the wide range of services and facilities.
If all registration is not fully completed without good reason by 14 October 2022, you will be withdrawn from the University. If you wish to re-register and are permitted to do so, a re-registration fee of £50 will be charged.
Online Registration on Qsis (https://qsis.qub.ac.uk).
Use your username and password to log into Qsis and complete the online steps.
Depending on your programme of study, you may be required to complete Enrolment and Registration earlier. Some programmes of studies will also require you to choose your own modules during online registration. You must check your Queen’s email on an ongoing basis, to find out what is required regarding your enrolment.
On-site Registration to verify your qualifications and identification
You are required to present this documentation in person once on campus.
Details on this will be included in your Welcome Guide. You must bring with you original qualification documents (translated and certified where appropriate) and an approved form of identification. If you do not own any of the listed identification, please ensure that you apply for one so it arrives in good time for the registration process.
Further instructions will be provided in your Welcome Guide and a list of approved form of identification is also listed on our website (https://www.qub.ac.uk/sites/my-queens/enrolment-and-registration/).
Issue of your Queen’s University Student Card
Once you have fully completed on-site matriculation, your photo will be taken and a student card will be issued to you. Student cards will not be issued before on-site matriculation is complete.
You can contact the Student Helpline if you experience any difficulties during the registration process by emailing email@example.com or by ringing the helpline on +44 (0) 28 9097 3223.
In order to complete your registration at Queen’s and be fully enrolled, you must bring with you:
- Original documentary evidence of entrance qualifications (except where these are provided by UCAS) and a certified English translation, where applicable;
- Any financial notification letters received from your Education and Library Board, the Student Loans Company, a sponsor letter or payment;
- An approved form of identification:
Approved Forms of Identification
You must present an approved form of identification (listed below). No other forms of identification will be accepted.
EU Nationals with settled/pre-settled status:
Passport, indefinite leave to remain permission, and a share code provided by the government so that we can verify your status. Further information about share codes can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status
International Students (non-UK/ROI students):
Passport and visa. The University is legally required by UKVI to retain a copy of your immigration documents and ATAS certificate (if applicable).
Please provide ONE document from Group 1 or ALL documents in either Group 2 or Group 3
No other forms of identification will be accepted.
Information about student accommodation at Queen’s and how to apply is available at http://www.qub.ac.uk/accommodation/. The Accommodation website is designed to guide you through your options for living in Belfast, when at Queen’s and to make sure you know what you need to do in order to arrange your accommodation. You should apply online for your accommodation at http://www.qub.ac.uk/accommodation/.
Any queries about accommodation should be addressed to:
Depending on your programme of study you may be allowed to choose your courses before Welcome Week. Please note that this differs vastly between programmes and Schools. You must check your Queen’s email on an ongoing basis, following receipt, to find out what is required regarding course enrolment.