Registration frequently asked questions
From fees to timetables, find out where to get help with all your registration-related questions.
Student finance and fees
What are the options for paying my fees?
Am I eligible for the UWE Bursary? When's it paid?
Check if you’re eligible for the UWE Bursary and when payments are sent out.
Where do I send my Post Graduate Student Finance letter in order to schedule my fee payments correctly?
You need to send your Post graduate Student Finance letter to the Credit Control Team at firstname.lastname@example.org and they can arrange the correct payment dates to match when you receive the payment from Student Finance.
Timetables and modules
When's my timetable released?
Timetables are now available for January-starting courses. You should be able to access your personal timetable once you have your UWE Bristol login details.
Where will I find my timetable?
You can see your timetable in myUWE. Under the “Courses” tab there’s a tab for “Teaching Timetable” - or on mobile.
I don’t understand my timetable. Can you help?
Check the myUWE guidance on formats and interpreting your timetable.
View information on term dates and week numbers.
Please note that timetables in myUWE automatically default to view the current week which, if you don’t have any teaching taking place this week, can make it appear that you have no timetable. In order to show your timetable you’ll need to change the week to your first teaching week - for most students this will be from week nine onwards.
Can I request a module change?
First year students can’t make changes to modules. All other students should visit Online Module Choice to submit or apply to change option modules at the beginning of each relevant study period.
Can I request to move something around on my timetable?
If you’re a first year student you can’t make changes to the timings of your sessions. If you’re eligible, you can request changes to teaching activities through the Activity Group Change Request at the beginning of each relevant study period.
I’m returning from a suspension of my studies. When will I be able to register and get my timetable?
If you’re returning to study after a period of ‘suspension’ and have informed the University of your intention the 'Registration' tab in myUWE will be available to you from January 2019. If you’ve notified us of a course transfer during your ‘suspension’, this will be reflected in your re-registration.
I've transferred course but why isn’t my new course showing yet?
Once approved, transfer requests are updated regularly so please check again in a couple of days.
How can I request to transfer to a different course?
Why isn’t my placement showing on my record?
Recent placement agreements will take a few days to action and show in MyUWE.
Why is my course showing me as on a sandwich course?
This is because the course is normally designated as a sandwich degree and all students are registered as sandwich until they decide not to take a placement in their third year and transfer at that point to the full-time route of the course.
Registering on two programmes at once
Why can’t I register on my next course?
You can’t register online on a new course if you’re still on a current course (for example, pre-sessional English). You’ll be able to register on your next course once it has been confirmed that you have completed the original one, or you can contact your Faculty SAT team for further assistance.
How do I change the name on my record?
Not all name changes will be allowed. At UWE Bristol, students are registered under their given name(s) and their family name. In the UK, the name will always be given name(s) first followed by the family name eg:
Given name: John
Middle name: Henry
Family name: Doe
Registered name: John Henry Doe.
Your UWE Bristol student ID card will only show two names (given name followed by family name). View further guidance on your personal details.
How do I complete my Data Barring Service (DBS)?
You should contact admissions about setting this up.