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Welcome to BCU checklist

So you’re about to start university, and you’re looking forward to getting stuck in. But there are a few things you should do before you join us that will help free up some valuable time for when you get here. Make sure you’re ready to start your university adventure by getting yourself organised with our handy checklist.

Student making notes on a pad

1. Complete your enrolment

Once you’ve accepted your unconditional offer, you can start your online enrolment as soon as you receive an invitation from us.

More on enrolment

2. Sort your accommodation

Make sure you know when you can move in to your accommodation and what you need to bring with you.

Settling in to your accommodation

3. Set up your finances

During enrolment, we’ll ask you how you’re paying your tuition fees. It’s important to sort your fees payments as soon as possible.

Managing your finances

4. Get set up with IT

Once you've enrolled, we'll send you your BCU email address and password to access all of our online services.

Using IT at BCU

5. Look out for your ID card

Your student ID card will be sent in the post to you once you've completed your online enrolment. If we can't send it to you in the post, you'll be sent some information about when and where to collect your student ID card.

6. Note down our term dates

Our term dates outline when the majority of teaching takes place for each semester and any assessment weeks during the year.

See our term dates

7. Check out your timetable

You will be able to access your timetable on the homepage of iCity from 6 September 2021. Your timetable will also include any activities for your course during Welcome Week.

8. Read about your induction

Your course induction is key to starting your course on the right foot. Details of your induction will be found on your timetable, but you will also be able to find the information on this site in August.

9. Plan your journey to Brum

Whether you’re getting here by bus, train, bike, car or hoofing it, we’ve got your back with routes and discounts.

Plan your journey

10. Get the essentials ready

If you're eligible for the £150 credit, find out how you can start spending on books, supplies and other equipment for your course.

More about the £150 credit

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