To access your timetable please log in to MyMMU.
Your tutors will provide you with reading lists via Moodle when you start. They will explain about items recommended for purchase, essential and further reading.
Please ensure that you collect your ID card for access to a range of MMU services (please note an ID card will only be available if you have already uploaded your photograph). You can collect your ID card as follows:
If your course is at Birley - New students starting on Monday 22nd September can collect their ID card from Monday 22nd September 2014 to Thursday 25th September 2014 any time between 8.30am and 4.00pm. The room will be clearly signposted.
If your course is at Crewe - New Undergraduate students starting on Monday 22nd September will be able to collect their ID card from the Student Zone at any time between 9.30am and 2.30pm. After this time, cards can be collected from the Student Hub in the Laurence Building.
Please go to collect your ID card only when you don’t have a scheduled session. Your induction timetable will advise you on the best time to collect your card. New students starting their course on a different date will be issued with ID cards during their induction programme.
Standard University term dates are:
A small number of professional courses have different dates – any variations will be communicated at your induction session.
Login to MyMMU to access your email, library loans and reading lists, finance information, university notices and guides, and links to many other useful resources. You should check your MMU email account regularly for important messages, as it is one of the primary methods we will use to communicate with you.
On Moodle you can read course messages, download lecture notes, project briefs and other documents. You will also be able to access timetable information and assessment submission details.
The Sir Kenneth Green Library on the All Saints campus and Crewe Library on the Crewe campus provide a full range of services and resources to help you complete your studies and research successfully. More information is available in the New users guide.
In the Student Handbook you can find the undergraduate regulations and other important university policies and guidelines.
This is the recommended Student Hub for Faculty Of Education
Please contact the Learner Development Service if you need disability or dyslexia related support.
Find out more about the Student Support Services available in the Faculty.
For information and advice on financial matters during your time at university, please visit our Student Financial Support website.