- The start date for new full-time students starting in September 2014 is Monday 22 September 2014.
- If you are starting a part-time course with us, you can enrol the week commencing Monday 15 September 2014.
Please see your course joining information (on Your Next Step) for details of the date and time of your first meeting. If you are an international student, please see this information for International students.
We look forward to meeting you in September!
Enrolling at University
The enrolment process is a two part process:
Part one – Your next step
Your Next Step, our Pre-Enrolment Portal, should be completed online before you arrive at University. This consists of three steps:
Step one: Your course (available June)
- View your course joining information, including links to recommended reading lists
- Complete individual learning and career profiles
- Upload a photo for your University Student ID card
Step two: Your details (available September)
- Check your personal details
- Choose option modules where applicable
- View provisional timetable information
- View and complete 'Your Academic Integrity'
- Health Centre registration where applicable
Step three: Your fees (available September)
- Pay or confirm your University fees.
Part two – Arriving at University
You'll formally enrol with other students on your course and your course tutor will advise you when to do this at your first meeting.
When you have formally enrolled you can:
- collect your University student ID card (please note, you will need to provide proof of identity before this can be obtained)
- access the University library and computing facilities - these will be available within 24 hours of enrolment - including on-line course resources (for example, Unilearn)
- request bank letters and Council Tax exemption certificates.
What happens if I can't complete Your Next Step?
Don't worry, you'll be able to use computers at the main University enrolment event on campus when you arrive. Help will be available from the enrolment team at all stages of the process.
My offer is still conditional, what should I do?
The University will automatically receive examination results for some qualifications and further information can be found on I have just received my examination results. How do I notify you/do I need to notify you of my results?
If your place is only conditional on passing a health check or Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance, then you do not need to send us any examination results. We will receive information regarding your clearances direct from the course administrators within the University.
Getting to know your new town
Moving away from home is a big deal but you’re not on your own. Moving to a new town is just as exciting as it is scary and Huddersfield has loads to offer whether you are an outdoor type or you enjoy a good night out. Check out our infographic that tells you the headline stats about Huddersfield and visit our About Huddersfield pages to find out more about the town you will come to call home.
Here is a list of key things to do before you start in September – why not print off the list and tick them off as you go?