Registration and paying fees - new students
The following section contains information for new UWE Bristol students on how to register and pay fees.
There are four steps to registering as a new student at UWE Bristol:
- Step 1: Confirming your personal details
- Step 2: Agreeing to the University’s Terms and Conditions
- Step 3: Arranging to pay your tuition fees
- Step 4: Confirming your attendance in person and collecting your UWE Bristol Student ID card at a registration session
International students: To meet Home Office regulations, you must confirm your attendance in person so that your passport and visa can be checked. Please note: Registration will not be complete until you have done this.
If you are transferring to a different course at the same level and mode of attendance, please read the information for returning students.
How to register (steps 1 and 2)
All students are required to register (confirm personal details, arrange fee payment and agree to the University's Registration Terms and Conditions). Most new students will be able to register online, whilst others will be required to complete a paper registration form.
Once you have met all the conditions of entry for your course, you will receive an email containing your login information and instructions on how to access the UWE Bristol online systems, including online registration.
You will be able to register online through the 'Registration' tab in myUWE once you have received your login information.
If you are in one of the categories below, you will not able to register online. Instead, you will need to complete a paper registration form:
- Postgraduate research students
- Continuing Professional Development (CPD) students
- Students at University Centre Hartpury
You will be told how to register by staff at your registration session. See your joining instructions to find out where and when this will be.
Paying your tuition fees (step 3)
View information on how and when to pay your fees for:
Completion of fee payment arrangements will confirm your registration.
If you want to know how much you will need to pay, please refer to our tuition fee information.
Students (Home/EU) in receipt of Student Finance
To receive funding by the start of term, you will need to apply to Student Finance by 31 May 2017. Applications made after this date may result in a delay to your funding.
If you have already applied for Student Finance funding and have a query relating to your application, please see our Student Finance FAQs page.
If you have queries about any aspect of registering for your studies, you can contact the University. The Registration Hub on Frenchay Campus will also be open daily from Monday 18 September 2017 to Friday 6 October 2017. More information about the Registration Hub will be available on this page towards the end of the summer.
Registration sessions (step 4)
If you have registered online, you must attend a registration session at the start of your course to present any outstanding paperwork, collect a UWE Bristol Student ID card and receive additional information about joining the University.
Home Office regulations require you to attend a registration session in person at the start of each academic year, in addition to completing online registration.
Please note: Registration will not be complete until you have had your passport and visa checked.
Students based at partner institutions
Your host institution may have additional local registration requirements. Arrangements for your registration session will be made by the partner institution.
Not taking up your place at UWE Bristol?
If your plans have changed and you are not intending to take up your place this year, please let us know by completing this online form.
Please note: You must notify us in writing before the first day of your course.
If we receive your written notification after the start of term, you will be liable to pay a proportion of the annual tuition fees (see the UWE Bristol Tuition Fee policy).
Funding and finance queries
If you have a question about your funding, please contact the Money Advice and Funds Service.