To make sure your arrival in the UK goes as smoothly as possible it is a good idea to learn as much as possible about what to expect.
This may be the first time you have lived away from your home and family and we understand that the thought of spending time in a different country can be a little overwhelming. Each year we organise a number of welcome events to help you settle in to our University and make new friends.
We want to make sure your arrival at Manchester Met goes as smoothly as possible so we run a free airport pick-up scheme, which is available all year round. All new international students arriving at Manchester Airport when beginning their studies are eligible, but you may need to book depending on when you arrive.
For full details please see our Airport Transfer Service page.
Come and join us for a morning of information and networking to help you feel welcome and make the most of your time at Manchester Met. This is an opportunity to meet other international students, talk to members of the International Office and access resources to help make your time at Manchester Met a success.
Find us in Room 2.32 of the Brooks Building on Monday 8th January 2018, from 11am – 1pm.
After the Welcome day, you can enrol online and start your academic journey at Manchester Met. You can get personalised academic welcome information from the University's welcome website.
As part of your arrival at the university, you are required to attend pre-enrolment. This is where the University takes scanned copies of your passport, immigration permission (visa) and qualifications that helped you get entry to the University (these would normally be the certificates/transcripts listed on your CAS letter). The Home Office requires that the University keep copies of these documents so we can retain our Tier 4 Sponsor status, which enables you to study with us. For your reference, all documents submitted to the University at Pre-enrolment are stored securely on Manchester Met’s student record system.
If you are an overseas, study abroad or exchange student, you must attend pre-enrolment before you can complete online enrolment with the University and begin your studies.