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Online registration for new students

As a new student, you must register no later than three weeks after your course start date. Otherwise, you will not be able to join your course.

When to register

We will send an email to your home email address approximately three weeks before your official course start date explaining how to activate your University username and passwordYou will not be able to activate your username and password until you have received this email.

Once you have activated your username and password, we will send an email to your new University email address explaining how to complete online registration. You will not be able to complete your online registration until you have received this email.

You must use your new University username and password to log into MyNottingham to complete your registration. You wll not see the green registration banner if you log in using your applicant details.

 

For further guidance, see Support Services. Our Smart Bars also offer support and advice on a wide range IT issues.

You will also need to log in to MyNottingham to add your bank details. This will enable you to receive any payments from the University that you might be eligible for such as scholarships or bursaries – refer to this guide for further details. If you are not expecting a payment from the University, please ignore the 'add bank details' notification.

Register with a doctor

The Department of Health strongly recommends that you register with a doctor while studying at the University.

International or EU student? Read our guidance on accessing UK health services.

University of Nottingham Health Service

The health centre on University Park Campus offers a range of general medical services.

University Health Centre

Sutton Bonington Campus

If you are studying at Sutton Bonington, other local surgeries are available – such as the Orchard Surgery.

Orchard Surgery, Kegworth

 
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