Accessing BCU Systems
BCU Alumni can continue to access services on the University system for 24 months after the completion of their course using a BCU email address.
The systems accessible are:
iCity is the university’s portal for both staff and students. From accessing information about your modules and booking computers across each campus to the latest news and IT support, iCity is the go to place to find out more about the university and access the systems that will support you throughout your BCU journey.
mySRS is our student information system where you can manage your student profile. As a graduate, you can use mySRS to update your contact details, make a postgraduate application and view your previous marks.
As a graduate, you will still be able to access your 1TB of Microsoft OneDrive storage that you used as a student. Saving your work to OneDrive means you can save, open and edit your files from any device, at anytime, anywhere.
Technology Enhanced Learning Resources such as Moodle and Mahara
Moodle is the University’s virtual learning environment, which holds information on your previous modules and assessments.
Mahara is an e-portfolio and social networking system that allows you to record evidence of your learning.
Office 365 is where you can access your university emails, as well as a helpful calendar to keep track of what you’ve got coming up that week.