Registration is a two-stage process and only stage one needs to be done pre-arrival. Both are compulsory and need to be completed in the sequence outlined below:
STAGE 1 – Online Registration
Online registration is a compulsory requirement, and all students need to complete it. The details that you will provide as part of the online registration task will allow us to prepare for your arrival such as creating your Student ID card, setting up your university email address and enable your IT facilities.
Once you’ve received your CAS, you will be sent an email from the University of Greenwich (UoG) to complete your online registration, with your username, and separate email with your password. Please note that this won’t be earlier than six weeks before your course start date.
Important! Before you are able to start your online registration you must activate your UoG account so that you create a secure password which you will need in order to enter the registration portal. Activating your UoG account requires a personal email address, where we will send you the instructions for a password reset and authentication. If you have not received this email to your personal account, please contact email@example.com and provide us with your correct personal email address. Please remember that activating your UoG account is not online registration.
Once you’ve activated your UoG account you will be able to enter the registration portal and complete your registration.
Please note that you will not be able to attend lessons or receive your timetable until both stages of registration have been completed.
How to complete online registration?
Online registration | Welcome | University of Greenwich
STAGE 2 – Document Checks
Once the online registration is complete, you will need to come to the International College of Greenwich (UGIC) campus for face-to-face document checks. The UGIC team will assist you with getting your documents checked at the University Student Centre.
You will need to bring current, valid and in date passport and Relevant immigration documents (e.g. stamped entry visa, current visa or BRP if you already have it).
You must attend IN PERSON in order to have your full registration finalised and to officially become a university student. Without THE full registration status you will be classed as non-arrival, and this will have an impact on your visa.
During the document check, you can also pick up your Student ID card and your BRP card if you opted for it to be delivered to the University when you made your visa application.