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Collecting your student ID card

Collecting your student ID card

Collecting your student ID card

Collecting your student ID card

Your ID card will provide access to the Library and other facilities for those students on campus. Please be advised that the guidance below is subject to change so please check this page and your emails regularly for the latest information.

Whether you started your course in September 2020 or are starting in January 2021 under the new UK Government restrictions, travelling within the UK is not advised except under special circumstances. These special circumstances include provision for students. If you do not have access to adequate facilities to study, including access to IT facilities and the internet, you can travel to join us. However, we would not encourage students to travel to campus just to collect an ID card. The ID card collection that was scheduled to take place in the Great Hall 20 - 22 January has been cancelled. Whilst campus remains open, most courses are now being taught online until mid-February. If you are not based on campus or enrolled on an exempted course (please see Government guidance) you do not need an ID card to access online resources or to take online exams. Once the Government lockdown has been lifted we will update the information on this page regarding ID card collection.

If you need a student ID card to access physical resources please email the Student Enquiry Centre studentenquiry@qmul.ac.uk to advise further on collection. 

If you are a research student and you need your ID card to work on campus you will be contacted about arrangements for collecting your ID card. If you have not been contacted, please email researchdegrees@qmul.ac.uk for further information.

Please note that for security reasons we do not post ID cards.