Enrolment for Study Abroad Students
Enrolment information for Exchange/Study Abroad students arriving in September 2020
Welcome to UU
We delighted that you are joining Ulster in September 2021 and we are looking forward to welcoming you!
We offer an exciting Welcome Week programme which is open to all Study Abroad/Exchange students and it will give you an introduction to life in Northern Ireland as well as campus life at Ulster.
It is also a great way to prepare for academic study in the UK and make friends. Welcome Week will take place prior to teaching commencing on 20 September 2021.
Click on your campus below to find out more:
Once you have been accepted and before you complete online enrolment, you should have completed our module request form. This information is needed to help us review your modules and confirm which would be most suitable considering the changes to Semester 1 delivery.
Upload your photo
Before you begin online enrolment, ensure that you have uploaded a photograph by 6 September that will be used for your student ID card. Your student ID card will be posted to your TERM ADDRESS, which you must ensure is correct when you complete your online enrolment.
Upload your photograph and complete online enrolment by 6 September to receive your student card before term starts.
All students in University managed accommodation, will receive their student ID card during arrivals weekend on 11 and 12 September.
Once your modules have been reviewed you will receive an e-mail confirming the modules you should enrol on and you will be asked to complete online enrolment by 6 September 2021. Watch this step by step guide to ensure you enrol correctly.
If you need to amend your modules after you have enrolled, you can do so within the first two weeks of term by consulting with your home institution and study adviser.
If you need any documentation signed such as a learning agreement or have a query relating to the delivery of your modules for September 2021, please contact your study adviser.
Please be advised that due to the coronavirus your study advising session will take place remotely and your study adviser will be in contact with you with a suitable date and time. This will be your opportunity to ask any academic related queries you may have.
IT essentials for Remote Learning
Find out more about IT essentials for Remote Learning giving you all the information, you need to get you up and running quickly during this period of remote learning.
The guide explains how to:
- Access your email by installing your free copy of Office 365
- Access the Student Portal, and your free anti-virus software
- Manage your password securely