Card collection dates are specified on the welcome website - please log in to view your course welcome and induction information. You will need to upload a passport photo for your Manchester Metropolitan ID card before you arrive.
While you should be able to access your student email through the student portal, my.mmu.ac.uk, some services such as your full timetable and Moodle will be restricted until you fully enrol by picking up your ID card at the start of term. Students on Distance Learning programmes do not need to pick up their card in person.
If you have been approved for a student loan or maintenance payment, please be aware that we have to notify the Student Loans Company of your attendance before your funds will be released. This is done when your MMU ID card is scanned and handed to you.
Your email will have been set up when your place at Manchester Metropolitan was confirmed. Please check this account regularly as important information from the University will be sent to your Manchester Metropolitan email account.
Returning students continue to have access to email and Moodle while enrolled at University unless blocked for non-payment of fees.
It is highly important that you attend all sessions from the start of term as it is at these sessions that you will be given important information you will need during your time at Manchester Metropolitan, including:
Your induction sessions are detailed here on the welcome website. Please log in to view your course welcome and induction information.
You can access your timetable via the Student Hub website.
Student Hubs aim to provide a comprehensive advice and information service to all students on all student-related matters. There are six Hub locations. Find your nearest Student Hub.
MMU offers generous support for new UK full-time first year students. Some healthcare professional courses may be eligible for NHS bursaries. Find out about funding and student support.
New students who achieve AAB at A Level (or equivalent) and GCSE grade B minimum in both Mathematics and English may receive a bursary worth £1,500. The Manchester Met Academic Achievement Bursary is not means-tested, therefore your eligibility is not dependant on your household income.