At certain times of the year, you will need to make sure you have particular information that applies to you and your course. From ensuring you know your Examination Timetable, to making sure you have sorted your Student Finance – it’s important you understand and access the relevant information at the click of a button.
The information below will direct you to ‘What Happens Next’ between May and September.
Please note: Some courses have different key times of the year e.g. They may start in February rather than September. Most of information below will still be relevant to you, but if in any doubt, please contact your Campus Advice Zone.
When is the deadline to apply for Extenuating Circumstances before the end of term?
- 12 noon on 23 May 2018
I have received my June results – when is the deadline to apply for Extenuating Circumstances for my resit coursework/resit examination?
- 12 noon on 16 August 2018
I have to do a resit – what happens next?
If you are resitting a piece of coursework, this must be submitted by 4pm on 1 August 2018.
Further info can be found at Resit Information.
If you are resitting an Exam – please refer to the Examination Timetable.
If you need further guidance, please contact your Campus Advice Zones.
I have completed my resit – what happens next?
Your results will be confirmed on 5 September 2018 (Results)
I have successfully passed my resit:
- Home/EU students – you will be able to re-enrol from 10 September 2018 by through UniLife.
- International/Non EU – you will be able to re-enrol during Enrolment and Induction Week (week commencing 17 September 2018) and can find more information through the following link – International Students.
I have not passed my resit:
If you have not passed all your resits, then your online results should indicate what happens next. If you need further guidance, please contact your Campus Advice Zones.
Please read the information on Repeating modules.
Please note: there may be a financial implications when repeating modules so please ensure you have checked with Revenue Unit regarding the cost and the Student Money Advice Team regarding your funding support.
I have successfully passed my year:
Home and EU students – you will be able to re-enrol from 13th August 2018 through UniLife.
International/Non EU – you will be able to re-enrol during Enrolment and Induction Week (week commencing 18th September 2018) and can find more information through the following link – International Students.
I have successfully passed my resit – when can I enrol?
Home/EU students – you will be able to re-enrol from 13th September 2018 through UniLife.
International/Non EU – you will be able to re-enrol during Enrolment and Induction Week (week commencing 17th September 2018). Further International Students Enrolment Information can be found here.
I have not fully passed my year – what happens next?
If you have not passed all your modules, then your online results should indicate what happens next:
If you need further guidance, please contact your Campus Advice Zone.
When do I return to University?
For Pontypridd, Cardiff and Newport Students (on-campus)
Enrolment and Induction Week starts 17th September 2018.
During this week, you will have your Induction for the new year, alongside attending the Freshers’ Fair, Students’ Union activities and lots more! Please ensure you know your induction timetable for the week and ensure you have the most up to date information through the Induction pages.
Teaching begins on 24th September 2018 – Key Dates for the 2018/19 academic calendar.
I do not wish to return to University – what should I do next?
Please contact your Campus Advice Zone who will arrange for your student record to be updated. You may be eligible for a transcript or lower award if you have passed any modules so make sure you get in touch.
When can I access my Timetable for 2018/19?
The 2018/19 timetable will be available to view on the timetable webpage from the 23rd July 2018 for returning students.
New students will need to enrolled for the 2018/19 academic year to view their individual timetable.
If you are receiving funding to undertake your course in 2018/19, you must ensure you have reapplied for your funding. Further advice and guidance can be found on the Student Money pages.
I have enrolled online but haven’t received my loans and / or grants – what should I do?
If you haven’t received a payment by the date you expected, we’ve produced a flowchart for you to use: Why haven’t I received my Student Finance payment – Flowchart for USW students and Flowchart for Partner College students
Payments are released no sooner than week commencing 17 September 2018 for students studying at University of South Wales, Coleg Gwent, Coleg y Cymoedd, Gower College, Merthyr College and the 10 September 2018 for students studying at Bridgend College, Cardiff and Vale College and Neath Port Talbot College only.
You must ensure that:
· Your application has been fully completed
· You have been assessed by your provider
· You have signed and returned your declaration
· Your bank details are up to date
· You have indicated that you are studying at USW | Please note: Partner college students should indicate that they are studying on a USW course at their partner college location.
It will then take 3-5 working days to receive your student funding once you have enrolled online.
I receive a bursary from NHS Wales – when should I reapply?
You should have received an email from NHS Wales inviting you to reapply for your funding in April 2018. You should re-apply at the earliest opportunity to ensure your entitlement is finalised prior to the 18/19 academic year. Payments of the NHS Bursary are made in 12 equal instalments from October 2018 to September 2019. Further details can be found on Nursing and Midwifery Funding Information and NHS Bursary Schemes.
I have received an email from the Revenue Unit and can not enrol online – what should I do next?
How can I get a council tax letter?
Details regarding Council Tax and producing exemption letters can be found through the following link – Council Tax Letters.
Council Tax letters are usually available during the first week of teaching.