All students undertaking an accredited course lasting longer than 12 months are required to re-enrol each August (or sometimes during the academic year if your course began in the middle of the previous academic year). Re-enrolment is essentially the process of confirming that you wish to study at Warwick for a whole, or part of, the academic year. It encompasses a number of steps including Course Registration, fee payments, and for international students, passport and visa checks as required.
Students who do not re-enrol will have their access to all campus facilities and services terminated.
This is the most important step during re-enrolment. Students who do not complete Course Registration will no longer be treated as a student of the University and their rights (such as library and IT access) will be revoked.
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Warwick ID Cards
Your Warwick ID Card will remain valid for the duration of your course. If your end date has changed, due to a period or temporary withdrawal or change in the length of your course, you can request an updated card at Student Services in Senate House.
If you are progressing from an undergraduate degree at Warwick to a postgraduate taught degree at Warwick (or postgraduate taught to postgraduate research) we will contact you in September with details on how to obtain an updated Warwick ID Card.
If your Warwick ID Card is lost or has been stolen, staff at Student Services in Senate House will be happy to provide you with a replacement. There is a £5 charge for replacement Warwick ID cards, where lost or stolen.
Please click here to be redirected to the pages related to all fee related queries. If you have any queries regarding your fees and payments, you can e-mail studentfinance at warwick dot ac dot uk.
Please click here to be redirected to the pages with eVision Module Registration information.
If you have any queries regarding how to register your modules, you can e-mail modules at warwick dot ac dot uk.
For help with using your personalised timetable and to understand how your timetable is populated during module registration look here.
For other information about timetabling and room bookings see the Central Timetabling Website.
Whatever stage you are at in your career planning Student Oppotunity Careers team can help you make the most of your time, develop your skills and become more employable.
For further information, please see the Student Opportunity website.