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Enrolment & Registration

Academic Year 21/22

Please note that the below information may be subject to change for new cohorts starting in Academic Year 21/22, in line with local Government advice.

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All Students

Online Registration

Students are required to complete ONLINE registration at the start of each academic year via the Qsis Registration Portal.

If you are a new student to the University or starting a new course, you will receive a 'Welcome Email' with full instructions from late August onwards for September starts, and early December for January starts. 

If you are a returning student in September you will receive an email when the Registration Portal is live. If you return at another point in the year the portal will already be open to you and you can login in with your usual credentials.

If registration is not fully completed by the end of the fourth week of the semester, you may be withdrawn from the University. If you wish to re-register and are permitted to do so by your School, a re-registration fee of £50 will be charged. 

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Qsis Portal Opening Times

Undergraduate (New, Level 1) Monday 6th September, 10am

Postgraduate (All levels) Wednesday 8th September, 10am

Undergraduate (Level 2) Friday 10th September, 10am

Undergraduate (Level 3 and above) Friday 10th September, 2pm

Depending on your programme of study, you may be allowed to choose your modules, when using the Registration Portal. 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 enrolment.

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New Students (Or Starting a New Programme of Study)

Matriculation

If you are a new student to the University or starting a new programme of study, you will complete Online Registration and must also complete Matriculation to be fully registered. This is the process of verifying your identification and qualifications. 

Please click the " + Read more" directly below for important information:

Students complete matriculation on campus, as this process includes the collection of your student ID card. If you are completing on-site matriculation you must book an appointment at our Registration Centre in advance, unless your School has already made an appointment on your behalf. Please check your Queen’s emails before booking an appointment.

Registration will take place at various venues throughout the semester - please refer to your Welcome email or appointment booking for the current registration building. 

Booking links will be provided on the final step of Online Registration in Qsis.

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This is what you will need to complete the Matriculation stage:

  • Identification check

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

All other International Students: Passport and Immigration Documentation

All other international students will need to supply any current immigration documentation you have at present and complete the arrival questionnaire link you have been sent. International Student Support staff will then check these before allowing you to proceed and complete your registration.  International Student Support will contact you if they require any further information prior to completing the check and you will receive an email confirming when this check has been completed.

UK/ROI Students:

Group 1

A current UK/ROI passport

Group 2

Original Full Birth Certificate issued in the UK which includes the name of at least one of the holder's parents AND

An original official document issued by a Government Agency or previous employer giving the student’s National Insurance Number and name e.g. National Insurance card; Letter from HM Revenue & Customs about Tax or Tax Credit; Letter from Job & Benefits Office; P45 or P60; Payslips; AND

Current Driving Licence issued in the UK or the Republic of Ireland AND

An original Deed Poll or marriage certificate to evidence a change of name, if applicable.

 Group 3

Original Full Birth Certificate issued in the Republic of Ireland which includes the name of at least one of the holder's parents AND

Current Driving Licence issued in the UK or the Republic of Ireland AND

An original Deed Poll or marriage/civil partnership certificate to evidence a change of name, if applicable.

No other forms of identification will be accepted.

 

  • Qualification check

 For students completing matriculation please bring original documentary evidence of entrance qualifications (except where these are an award issued by Queen’s University Belfast or provided directly by UCAS) and a certified English translation where applicable. Scans or photos will not be accepted in person.

 

 

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Once you have completed all stages you will be fully registered with Queen's.

Successful completion of all stages of registration will be confirmed to you by email to your Queen's email address. You can also check your status at any time by logging into Qsis and checking the Registration Tile. 

If you have any queries, please email us at reghelp@qub.ac.uk, or call our Student Helpline on +44(0)28 9097 3223.

 

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Need Assistance? Get support with the Student Helpline

All students will be in receipt of an email from us with details on the registration process. You can also refer to our FAQs and guides if you are experiencing difficulties.

Can't find the information you are looking for?

Student Helpline Phone +44(0)28 9097 3223
Student Helpline Email reghelp@qub.ac.uk
Facebook/Twitter QUB Student Services

Welcome Guide FAQ

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Nursing and Midwifery students

For new undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery students, the School will be in touch via email regarding Enrolment & Registration , and this will have full details of what you will need to do next. For more information please click below.

Nursing & Midwifery Enrolment & Registration Information


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