Completing registration September 2017 University of Greenwich

The information on this page is for new students who have completed online registration. Welcome!

To complete your registration, you will need to have the documents that act as proof of your identification and qualifications checked by Student Centre staff. Once you have completed this stage, you will be issued with your Greenwich Gateway Card. You do not have to wait until the start of teaching to complete your registration.

Students who require DBS and Occupational Health clearance for their programme of study will receive their Greenwich Gateway Card but will not be fully registered until both the OH and DBS clearances have been obtained.

Have you completed Part 1: Online Registration?

Part 1: Online Registration commences on Wednesday 23 August 2017 for new students belonging to the Faculties of Education & Health, and Engineering & Science. Online Registration commences on Thursday 24 August 2017 for new students belonging to the faculties of Business, and Architecture, Computing and Humanities.

  • Avery Hill: computer lab in the Fry Building, first floor.
  • Greenwich: computer labs in Queen Ann, second floor and Queen Mary, fourth floor.
  • Medway: Blake building ground floor Student Centre.

Staff in the labs can help with portal login issues.

Part 1 will close on Thursday 12 October at 9.00am
The summary at the end of Part 1 tells you what to bring with you to Part 2: Face to Face Registration Checks.

Part 2: Face to Face Registration

You can do part 2 of registration as soon as you complete Part 1. You do not have to wait till the start of teaching. 

Registration Schedules for each campus are available on the links below.

Please note the university will be closed from 22 December at 12:00 until 2 January at 09:00

To complete part 2, you must bring:

Identification

You have been asked to bring identification with you. Please make sure you bring the following:

Home (UK) Student
Current valid passport, Photo Driving License or birth certificate (If born in the UK)
Those students on professional health related degree programmes (nursing, speech and language therapy, paramedic science, and social work) within the Faculty of Education and Health must provide a passport as part of the registration checks. This will be checked for authenticity at a pre-registration interview or during part 2 checks and copies stored electronically against the student record.

EU Student
Current valid passport or EU identity card

International Student

If you were not born in the UK of the EU, please make sure you bring, you current, valid passport and current visa, as well as CAS statement.

Qualifications
Original certificates – copies will not be accepted, especially of Level 3 qualifications. 'Notice of Results' will be accepted for qualifications just awarded.
Overseas qualifications written in a foreign language must be accompanied by a certified translation.

DBS Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (Formerly CRB)

Students registering on certain professional programmes of study will need to complete the DBS application. Invites have been sent since the end of November, and reminders sent to applicants on a monthly basis.

Please follow the link below (identifies the costs involved) and when and where DBS drop in sessions will be taking place. Applicants are advised to book into a planned drop in session as soon as possible.

Planned drop in sessions take place across all three campuses, so the student can attend the campus closest to where they live.
Students who have already received their DBS certificate must bring it when completing Part 2: Registration as the university does not receive a copy.

DBS Enhanced Disclosure (formerly (CRB)

How to apply for a DBS Enhanced Disclosure certificate (formerly CRB).

Occupational Health Checks

Occupational Health Checks
An important requirement for students studying professional programmes of study within the Faculty of Education and Health is that they are declared "Medically Fit" as part of their registration. (They will not be able to go out on your placement until deemed medically fit)

Health and Social Care Students:
Joining Instructions were sent to you via post. Please make sure that you  have made an appointment with one of the medical teams below, as per the instructions in the booklet, prior to starting your programme of study:

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust
Tel: 01322 428451

Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
Tel: 020 78082139

If your DBS and OH clearance has not been completed to the satisfaction of the Faculty, your funding may not be released, and you will not be eligible to apply for a TFL 18+ Oyster Card.

Health Clearance for your programme

Essential information for students registering on programmes that require health clearance,

TFL Student Oyster Card

You should not apply for a TFL Student Oyster Card until you are fully registered,(including the University receiving confirmation of Occupational Health, and DBS clearances) and are in possession of a Greenwich Gateway Card.

The TFL Student Oyster card is only for full time students and part time NHS-funded students. Further information on Student Oyster Cards is available here.

Contact the Student Centres

Greenwich Student Centre

Visiting Greenwich Student Centre and using its services.

Avery Hill Student Centre

Visiting Avery Hill Student Centre and using its services.

Medway Student Centre

Visiting Medway Hill Student Centre and using its services.