If you fund your studies with a student loan you should reapply before 1st June 2016. If you have not yet done so, go to www.gov.uk/studentfinance
Have you paid all your fees or have an agreed payment plan? If not, you will need to call 0161 247 1852 or visit the Finance Service Centre.
Online enrolment for returning students begins Wednesday 10th August at www.mmu.ac.uk/enrol
You will need your MMU ID number and network password to login. You must update your details to ensure we have the correct information.
You must attend from the start of term. Please enter your Manchester Met Student ID number at the top of this page to access information on your course and the Welcome Programme.
If you have any re-sits over the summer or waiting for the outcome of your academic appeal, you may find useful information on the Assessments website
The University Accommodation is popular and you may need to secure your place as early as possible. If you prefer private accommodation you could visit Manchester Student Homes, alternatively visit the University’s Accommodation website if you would prefer staying in halls.
The University provides a wide range of support from confidence building to overcoming low mood.
The University’s counselling services website has information on the full range of health and wellbeing related services that are available.
For all the Tier 4 students, please visit the International website for information about pre-enrolment or re-registration. If you need to have your visa extension application form checked, you may make an appointment at the Student Hub in the Business School.
If you are having some financial hardship or simply have some queries about your student loans, help and advice is available from Student Financial Support. A drop-in service is available via the Student Hub at the Business School or information and contact details can be found on the Student Finance website.
A Student Support Officer is based in each Faculty and is your first point of contact for help with study skills and referral to other specialist teams. There is more information on the Student Support page.
The Advice Centre at The Union MMU offers independent advice and support on a wide range of issues that may affect you while you are studying at the university.
Regular news updates, information and links to university services can be found on the Student Hub Page.
Get advice on finding part time work, on campus employment and jobs after graduation. Attend events to enhance your employability skills and meet with employers. We can help with writing a CV, looking for internships, preparing for interviews and much more. Visit the careers website for more information.