Registration and paying fees - returning students
Information on registering and paying tuition fees for students continuing their studies at UWE. This includes students returning from ‘time-out’ and those transferring from a different course at the same level/mode of attendance.
Registering as a returning student at UWE has three steps:
- Step 1: Confirming your personal details
- Step 2: Agreeing to the University’s Agreement and Conditions
- Step 3: Arranging payment/confirming payment of your tuition fees
- Step 4: Attending a face-to-face registration session (International students only)
Please note: If you do not register, this may result in your withdrawal from the University.
How to register (steps 1 and 2)
All students are required to register (confirm personal details and agree to the University's Registration Agreement and Conditions). Most returning students will be able to register online via myUWE whilst others will be required to register manually.
Most students will able to register online through the 'Registration' tab in myUWE from late July, although for those waiting for re-sit results this might be slightly later.
Time-out students returning to study
If you are returning to study after a period of 'time-out', the 'Registration' tab in myUWE will become available to you from the first day of your course. If you have notified us of a course transfer during your ‘time-out’, this will be reflected in your re-registration.
Students in the categories below are not eligible for online registration and will need to register manually:
- Postgraduate research students
- Continuing Professional Development (CPD) students
- Erasmus students
- International students at Hartpury College
Information on how to register manually will be provided by the University prior to you starting your course. If you have any questions please contact the University.
Paying your tuition fees (step 3)
Please select the most relevant link below for information on how and when to pay your fees.
Completion of fee payment arrangements will confirm your registration.
If you want to know how much you will need to pay, please use the tuition fees pages.
NHS funded students
If your fees are being paid by the NHS, you will not be asked for payment information at registration.
Students (Home/EU) in receipt of Student Finance
To receive funding at the start of term, applications needed to be with Student Finance by 30 June 2015. If you missed this date, do not panic - the statutory deadline for applications is 31 May 2016.
If you have already applied for Student Finance funding and have a query relating to your application, please see our Student Finance FAQs page.
Tuition fee queries
Registration session - International students only (step 4)
Change of circumstance
If your circumstances change and you no longer intend to come to UWE, you must notify us in writing before the first day of term.
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 UWE Tuition Fee policy).