Resolving your Temporary Enrolment
Temporary enrolment means that you have not met the requirements for full enrolment. You have been enrolled temporarily to provide you with some extra time to resolve any issues.
If you have been temporarily enrolled, you will have been sent an email from Academic Registry to inform you of the reason/s why your enrolment could not be finalised and what you are required to do in order to become fully enrolled before a given deadline. The subject line of the email is ‘Enrolment at QMUL’.
Temporary Enrolment Deadline
You need to ensure that you resolve any outstanding issues before the temporary enrolment deadline. Students who are still temporarily enrolled after the deadline are at risk of deregistration. If you are deregistered we will inform the appropriate bodies of this, including the UKVI, Transport for London and Student Finance.
Once you have resolved your temporary status and are fully enrolled, you will be sent another email from Academic Registry that confirms your full enrolment. If you are unsure of your enrolment status, you will be able to see it in MySIS within the ‘My Details’ section - scroll down to ‘Enrolment Status’.
Reasons for temporary enrolment and what you need to do next
Below are the reasons for temporary enrolment and an overview of what may be required of you. However, if you are temporary enrolled we encourage you to please check your email accounts as you have been sent guidance tailored to you to both your QM email and your personal email address.
All students are required to pay or make provision to pay your fees with the Fees Office ahead of Queen Mary enrolment. Failure to do so will result in temporary enrolment.
Please read the email sent to you by the Fees Office for guidance on how to pay your fees - the subject line of the email is ‘Tuition Fees – Funding Option’.
Once you have paid or made provision to pay your tuition, the Fees Office will process this information and the tuition payment check will be passed. The team will check your fee status daily and will finalise your enrolment - you will be sent an email to confirm your full enrolment.
Possible reasons you have been temporarily enrolled are:
- You completed Online Enrolment and were made temporarily enrolled on the same day: If Online Enrolment and Queen Mary enrolment were completed on the same day, this means we may not have had the latest information on your tuition fee status and therefore we have temporarily enrolled you whilst the Fees Office update your payment record. If you have already paid or made provision to pay your fees (e.g. set up a payment plan or provided proof of sponsorship) then the team will update your record and, as long as you have no other outstanding checks, will finalise your enrolment and you will receive an email to confirm your transfer to full enrolment.
If you fall under these circumstances then you do not need to contact the Fees Office or your enrolment team to tell them that you have paid. Your payment/payment information is being processed and QMUL will check the progression daily – your enrolment will be finalised in due course.
- You are paying with a Postgraduate Loan and need to set up a payment plan: Your loan will not be released to you until you have fully enrolled. Once you have set up a payment plan as below, we will complete your enrolment and confirm your status with the SLC who will release the money to you. The Postgraduate Loan will be paid directly to you in three instalments. If the loan covers the full cost of your tuition, you can agree a payment plan with the Fees Office and pay the three instalments aligned with the loan payment dates. If the loan does not cover the full cost of your tuition fees, you can agree a payment plan with the Fees Office for the three instalments (as above) and pay the outstanding amount in full or in two instalments (50% before enrolment and 50% by an agreed date).
You will also need to pay a £50 non-refundable admin charge to pay by instalments.
Full guidance is available on the postgraduate fees website: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/tuitionfees/payment/
- You are self-funded and want to pay in instalments via a payment plan: Whatever your tuition fees, you can pay in full, or, if your fees are more than £1,000 per year, you can pay in instalments. You can arrange a payment plan online.
If you need to speak to a Finance Officer or view further guidance on how to pay your fees, please see the following:
Contact the Fees Office by telephone
- Calling from the UK: 020 7882 7676
- Calling from overseas: +44 20 7882 7676
Contact the Fees Office by email
If emailing, please email one of the addresses below, depending on your circumstances:
- General Email: email@example.com
- For help with setting up a payment plan: firstname.lastname@example.org
- If your fees are being paid via a scholarship/sponsor: email@example.com
- Distance Learning students: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Fees website
- Undergraduates: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/undergraduate/feesandfunding/tuitionfees/
- Taught postgraduates: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/tuitionfees/payment/
- Research postgraduates: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/research/funding_phd/tuition-fees/
If you need support or advice about financial issues, get in touch with Queen Mary's Advice and Counselling Service.
As proof of your qualification/s you must provide evidence of the final award certificate or transcript. If your transcript is not in English a certified translation should also be provided. This should be uploaded to your applicant portal or emailed to your Admissions team:
- Undergraduates (excl. Medicine and Dentistry): email@example.com
- Undergraduate Medicine and Dentistry: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postgraduate Taught: email@example.com
- Postgraduate Research: firstname.lastname@example.org
All undergraduate medical and dental students and some postgraduate medical students are required to submit a health questionnaire. This is a mandatory part of your enrolment and failure to submit it will lead to temporary enrolment. An email explaining the clearance requirements and the health questionnaire will have been sent to you by the Admissions Office. Please follow the instructions in the email and return the questionnaire as soon as possible.
If you have not received the questionnaire or need support, please contact the relevant Admissions Office:
If you have not passed the identity (ID) check, this means you have failed to provide suitable evidence of your identity and/or nationality, or possibly the file is corrupt and we cannot open or view it.
Documents that are acceptable as proof of ID can be found on the enrolment documentation webpage. You will need to provide your enrolment team with your appropriate documentation as soon as possible so they can finalise your Queen Mary enrolment. Please ensure that your document/s are one of the following file types: JPE, JPEG, JPG, PDF, DOC, DOCX or PNG.
Please send your identification document to:
If you are unsure what you need to do to resolve your temporary enrolment, please contact your Enrolment team for assistance:
- Undergraduate Medicine and Dentistry: email@example.com
- Postgraduate Taught Medicine and Dentistry: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Postgraduate Research (PhD): email@example.com
- All other students should email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be advised that during the enrolment period, all teams and services receive extremely high volumes of enquiries. Therefore, we aim to respond to you within 10 working days where possible. Please try and see if your question has already been answered on this webpage or on the relevant finance webpage before submitting an enquiry. Please remember to include your student ID number in any correspondence!
Temporary-enrolled students CAN:
- attend lectures/seminars/tutorials/supervisor meetings
- access buildings
- enter the library
- Collect their student ID card
Temporary-enrolled students CANNOT:
- receive Student Finance/studentship related payments
- have approval for oyster card application
- borrow books
- receive a Student Status Letter or any other official QM documentation