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The new academic year for returning students

 
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The new academic year for returning students
by Stephen Clegg - Thursday, 20 August 2015, 9:53 AM
 

The new academic year for returning students starts on 21st September 2015

 

We hope you are looking forward to returning to your studies with Glyndŵr in the forthcoming year. During the coming weeks you will receive an email from Student Data Services inviting you to re-enrol online for 2015/16. Returning students should re-enrol on-line as soon as possible when requested by email. If you are awaiting (re-)assessment results after the summer period your re-enrolment request will be sent following confirmation of your results at the September Assessment Board.

 

Students Based at Wrexham or Northop Campuses

If you are a UK or EU student and have re-enrolled on-line you do not have to attend an enrolment event. However, if you are unable to enrol on-line then you can re-enrol in person on any day during the week commencing 21st September between 4pm and 6.30pm in the Edward Llwyd Building.

 

Students who are Tier 4 Glyndŵr Sponsored or non-EEA Subject to Immigration Control (Wrexham and Northop)

You will be required to attend enrolment in person. Further information will be sent to you regarding the date and time of your enrolment event and what documentation you are required to provide. It is essential that you attend this event in order to complete your enrolment.

 

All Students Based at Glyndŵr University London

You will be required to attend enrolment in person. Further information will be sent to you regarding the date and time of your enrolment event and what documentation you are required to provide. It is essential that you attend this event in order to complete your enrolment.

 

Students Studying with Partner Institutions

Your home institution will provide you with further information regarding your return to studies.

 

Students who are Distance Learners or Study Online

If you have re-enrolled on-line you will not have to attend an enrolment event. If you are unable to complete the enrolment process on-line please email sds@glyndwr.ac.uk.

 

Students who are Currently Suspended

If you have suspended your studies during 2014/15 and are due to return in September 2015 you will be required to re-enrol for 2015/16. If you do not receive a re-enrolment email please contact Student & Programmes Centre, spc@glyndwr.ac.uk or re-enrol in person as specified above. If you are currently suspended and are not due to return until later in the academic year please note that it is essential that you complete the re-enrolment process prior to your return to study.

 

If you are considering withdrawing/suspending from your programme, please make sure you have discussed your options with your Programme Leader or Personal Tutor. If you need more help, please contact Student Support before making a decision. The Funding and Welfare service supports and guides current and prospective students on a range of funding, money management together with welfare issues and concerns. If you have decided you do not want to return, it is important that you contact the Student & Programmes Centre, spc@glyndwr.ac.uk, to let us know as soon as possible.

 

Please note that our Induction webpage also includes information for returning students:

 

http://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/en/induction/

 

Please take time to visit the site and read the information available, including:

 

  • Programme induction schedules for week commencing 21st September (if applicable)
  • Timetabling information (if applicable to your programme/studies).  Please check this information for confirmation of when teaching begins for your programme. A number of programmes begin teaching on 21st September 2015, others on 28th September 2015.  (We may be required to make minor changes to this information prior to the start of the semester, so please continue to check for updates)
  • A copy of The Student Guide which provides information on our regulations and procedures
  • Important messages about your personal safety

 

This information is subject to you being eligible to return to your studies pending the results of any outstanding modules considered at the September Assessment Boards.

 

Please note that all students must re-enrol each academic year, and in addition must pay their fees in full each year. Students with financial debts from the previous year will not be permitted to re-enrol for the coming year. Your enrolment is not fully completed until all fees due for the year are paid.

 

It is essential that you re-enrol in order that you may continue your studies at Glyndŵr University.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Student & Programmes Centre