Registering is an essential part of becoming a student. You’ll need to be registered to be able to attend your study programme but it also means you can collect you Student ID card from your Welcome session (see below) and be eligible to participate in the Guild of Students activities.
Complete your online registration
To become an official student of the University of Birmingham you must first register online. Before you arrive in Birmingham you will receive an email containing your username and password which you will need to complete Online Registration. It comes from our central system, not from the Study Abroad team. When you receive your registration email, please read the email thoroughly and follow the instructions carefully. For detailed information on Registration, please visit Online Registration. For general additional information, please visit our Welcome pages.
Once you have registered, you will have access to your 'my.bham' portal where you can check your module registration status and your online timetable, and to our online learning platform called 'Canvas Learning Environment'. On Canvas, ensure you visit our Online Induction Module (UG), a dedicated ressource to welcome new students at the University of Birmingham. You may also visit the Introduction to Canvas for Students module.
After you've completed your online registration and arrived on campus, you must complete your Right to Study Check and collect your ID Card at UG09, Learning Centre on 7th Jaunary 2019 in the morning (please see the email from the study abroad team for your timeslot) or at the Student Hub, Aston Webb Building during the rest of the week.
Study Abroad Team - Student Support
The Study Abroad reception in room 131 of the Aston Webb Building will open every day from 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00 during the weeks commencing 7th, 14th and 21st January 2019.
From 28th January 2019 until the end of the semester (excluding from the Easter break), the study abroad team will be at the Study Abroad reception every Tuesday and Thursday in room 131 of the Aston Webb Building from 10:00-12:00 and 14:00-16:00 to answer any questions.
Welcome sessions and events : 7-11 January 2019
The orientation briefing for Incoming International Exchange, Erasmus and Study Abroad fee-paying students is considered to be compulsory and essential for your introduction into Birmingham and we expect everyone to attend. Don’t miss out as they will help you to settle into student life more quickly and you will get to meet all the friendly Study Abroad staff.
||Orientation Briefing for International Exchange, Erasmus and Study Abroad Fee-Paying students
||Monday 7th January 2019
||Room G31 - Civil and Mechanical Engineering Building
This briefing is a great introduction to your stay here at the University of Birmingham where you can find out about all the different types of support and advice that’s available. The Study Abroad team will be on hand to answer any questions.
Study Abroad and Exchanges Arrival and Icebreaker Event
|| Arrival and Icebreaker Event
|| Wednesday 9th January 2019
|| The Underground Bar - The Guild of Students
|| Optional but strongly recommended
This is an opportunity to meet other Study Abroad and UoB students and to share your experiences in a relaxed informal setting.
More sessions about Module allocation and registration will be arranged by individual Colleges/Schools during the week of 7th January. Updated and detailed information will be provided to you upon your arrival.