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Distance Learning Online Enrolment

For Distance Learning students, all enrolments are completed online remotely and you will not have to attend campus in order to become fully enrolled. 

We've split the enrolment process into 4 stages:

Stage 1: You will be sent an email from the Admissions Team confirming your place on your programme and inviting you to complete Online Enrolment in MySIS (the student record system), along with your MySIS login details. This email is only sent to students who have accepted their offer and met all the conditions of that offer. It will be sent to the personal email address you provided during the application process and the subject line is ‘Online Enrolment now available!’.

Stage 2: Online Enrolment: You should then complete the Online Enrolment task in MySIS. This is where you provide us with some information about yourself, upload certain documents and provide a photo for your student ID card.

Stage 3: Queen Mary Enrolment: Academic Registry will carry out checks on the information that you have provided to us via the Online Enrolment task and will confirm whether you have paid your tuition fees (more information on paying your fees can be found under your applicant type further down this page). Depending on the outcome we will either fully or temporarily enrol you. You will be emailed with confirmation of your enrolment status and the subject line is ‘Enrolment at QMUL’.

Stage 4: Your Student ID card will be posted to your home address in the first few weeks of the semester. This ID card won’t provide access to buildings on campus but will identify you as a student of Queen Mary.

Further information dependent on your applicant type can be found below.

Knect365 Applicants

For students who have applied through Knect365, please ensure you supply Knect365 with good quality scanned copies of the documents listed below. These will be required to complete the admissions and enrolment process at Queen Mary University of London:

  • Proof of identification (such as the details page from your passport, or national identity card or a Birth Certificate/Adoption Certificate which is accompanied with additional photographic identification (i.e. driver's licence)). You will also be asked to upload this information as part of the Online Enrolment task.
  • All fee payments must be made to Knect365. If you have any enquiries please contact Richard Morgan: richard.morgan@knect365.com
  • Colour copies of your qualifications. If these are not in English you will need to provide an official, certified translation.
  • In a small number of cases, we may request certified copies of your academic documentation to verify your qualifications. This may be in the form of scanned copy by email or hard copy by post. You will be notified separately if this is required.

Once these documents have been submitted to Knect365 you will receive an email from the Admissions team at Queen Mary to invite you to complete Online Enrolment. This is an important step which must be completed before you are fully enrolled on the programme.

You do not need to come in to Queen Mary to finalise your enrolment. Please remember to complete Online Enrolment in full as only then will Queen Mary's Academic Registry team fully enrol you on the programme.

Please remember if any of the required documents are not submitted to Knect365 and your fees have not been paid, you will not be fully enrolled.

Direct Applicants

Official documents and ID verification

After you have completed Online Enrolment in MySIS, uploaded proof of identity and made arrangements to pay your fees, you can be fully enrolled remotely.

Examples of proof of identification include the details page from your passport, or national identity card or a Birth Certificate/Adoption Certificate which is accompanied with additional photographic identification (i.e. driver's licence).

In a small number of cases, we may request certified copies of your academic documentation to verify your qualifications. This may be in the form of a scanned copy by email. You will be notified separately if this is required.

Pay your tuition fees

You have a choice of either paying all of the tuition for the academic year at the beginning of the academic year, or paying 50 per cent of your tuition fees at the start of the year and setting up a payment plan with the Fees office to pay the remainder. Please note there is a £50 administrative fee to set up a payment plan.

Please see the Payment Methods page for guidance or the payment plan information page for specific instructions on how to pay in instalments

Please note that you will not be able to fully complete enrolment until you have paid your fees, or made provision to pay your fees with the Fees Office.

Queen Mary ONLINE Applicants

For students applying to Queen Mary ONLINE, you will need to complete Online Enrolment, upload a colour scanned copy of your identification as part of this process and make a fee payment as outlined below.

  • Proof of identification includes the details page from your passport, or national identity card or a Birth Certificate/Adoption Certificate which is accompanied with additional photographic identification (i.e. driver's licence).
  • All fee payments must be made to Queen Mary ONLINE. If you have any enquiries please contact fees@online.qmul.ac.uk.
  • In a small number of cases, we may request certified copies of your academic documentation to verify your qualifications. This may be in the form of a scanned copy by email. You will be notified separately if this is required.
  • If you have any questions during your studies please contact studentadvisers@online.qmul.ac.uk

You do not need to come in to Queen Mary to complete your enrolment; Academic Registry will complete enrolment on your behalf once they have all of the documentation required. Once fully enrolled, you will receive an email to confirm the process is complete.

Degree Apprenticeship Applicants

Please be advised that if you are on a Postgraduate Degree Apprenticeship programme then you are not required to arrange to pay your fees as part of the enrolment process. Your fee payments will have already been arranged and therefore the only thing that is required of you is to complete Online Enrolment in MySIS. 

You will need to provide proof of identification, examples include the details page from your passport, or national identity card or a Birth Certificate/Adoption Certificate which is accompanied with additional photographic identification (i.e. driver's licence).

Academic Registry will complete enrolment on your behalf once they have all of the documentation required. Once fully enrolled, you will receive an email to confirm the process is complete.

Enrolment Deadlines

September 2021 starters

The deadline for enrolment is Friday 8 October 2021.

If you are unable to provide all of the required documentation at enrolment, you will be temporarily enrolled. The deadline for students to resolve temporary enrolment for the 2021/22 academic year is Friday 8 October 2021 for September starters. After this date, unless you have contacted us, you will be de-registered from your programme. Teaching normally begins on Monday 27 September 2021, although this can vary slightly for distance learning programmes. Please contact your department for further information.

If you have already completed Online Enrolment, submitted the required documentation and paid your tuition fees, you do not need to do anything else. You will be fully enrolled automatically in due course. Your Student ID card will be posted to the home address that you have supplied during the Online Enrolment task.

 

January 2022 starters

The deadline for enrolment is Friday 4 February 2022.

If you are unable to provide all of the required documentation at enrolment, you will be temporarily enrolled. The deadline for students to resolve temporary enrolment for the 2021/22 academic year is Friday 8 February 2022 for January starters. After this date, unless you have contacted us, you will be de-registered from your programme. Teaching normally begins on Monday 24 January 2022, although this can vary slightly for distance learning programmes. Please contact your department for further information.

If you have already completed Online Enrolment, submitted the required documentation and paid your tuition fees, you do not need to do anything else. You will be fully enrolled automatically in due course. Your Student ID card will be posted to the home address that you have supplied during the Online Enrolment task.

 

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