- When will online course registration be open?
- How do I enrol?
- What is my Warwick University ID?
- Where is my Offer Letter?
- What happens if I am unable to get online to complete my course registration prior to arrival?
- How do I submit my photograph?
- How do I log in to submit my photograph?
- How do I know if my photograph has been submitted successfully?
- The photograph I've submitted appears slightly blurry/pixilated - what should I do?
- I'm having problems completing my online course registration - what do I do?
- What is provisional enrolment?
- I'm having problems trying to enrol onto the Open Studies programmes/PCET Certificates/Certificates in Diabetes Care, who should I contact?
- If I've resat when will I be able to re-enrol?
- Who should I contact if I have a query that is not covered in the list above?
You will receive an email notifying you when your online course registration form becomes available. As long as you have met all the conditions on your offer, you should be asked to complete this 4-6 weeks in advance of your course start date. Do not try to access your online form before you receive an email asking you to do so, otherwise you may encounter problems.
Before you begin your studies there are some steps you need to complete. We refer to this as enrolment. The online course registration process will be available on the Welcome to Warwick website, where you can also find instructions on how to complete the online course registration process, register for an IT Services account, and access the online enrolment dashboard. You will receive an email 4-6 weeks in advance of your course start date, notifying you when your online course registration form becomes available.
You can log into your enrolment form here. To log in you will need to enter your Warwick University ID and your Student Records Online password:
- Your seven digit Warwick University ID can be found on your formal Offer Email.
- If you do not already have a Student Records Online password, you can request one by clicking on the “Request Password” link. A password will then be sent to the personal email account you supplied when applying to the University. Please be sure to check your Trash and/or Junk folder in case your email provider filters the email as SPAM.
Your Warwick University ID will be a 7 digits long number and can be found on your Offer Email. If you have studied at Warwick before, you will most probably retain your old Warwick University ID.
The Offer Letter is in fact an email. This will have your 7 digit Warwick University ID stated at the top.
Facilities will be available in Senate House and at the enrolment events for students to complete their online course registration. However, we strongly recommend that students complete their online course registration prior to arrival at the University.
You can upload your photo for your Warwick ID card via photos.warwick.ac.uk/enrolment. We accept photos in jpg, png or gif format. Please ensure your photo matches the criteria in our photo guidelines.
To submit your photo, please go to photos.warwick.ac.uk/enrolment
Go to photos.warwick.ac.uk/enrolment to see the photos you have uploaded and to select your preferred photo.
Find a new photo at least 240px wide x 240px high and ensure it is crisp. Upload this new photo via photos.warwick.ac.uk/enrolment
If you are having difficulty getting into the enrolment system, please check the following list of common problems before contacting the University:
Have you accepted and met all outstanding conditions on your offer?
Outstanding conditions may include production of your degree/other certificates, achievement of grades required in your offer etc. If you have not yet accepted and/or met your conditions of offer, you will not be able to begin your studies until you do so. If you believe you can now demonstrate that you have met your conditions, please contact either undergraduate admissions or postgraduate admissions.
Have you entered your Warwick University ID correctly?
Your University Warwick ID will be a 7 digits long number, and can be found in your Offer Email. If you have studied at Warwick before, you will most probably retain your old Warwick University ID.
Have you entered your date of birth correctly?
The system is very literal. You must enter your date of birth in the format dd/mm/yyyy. If you have separated your digits with anything other than a slash, this will not let you in. If you have entered the year as a two digit number, this will not let you in.
If you believe that you do not have the above 3 problems, and have still made 3 unsuccessful attempts to log in, please contact the Enrolment Team via the form below.
In certain, very limited circumstances, students are permitted to enrol provisionally on postgraduate courses when they still have conditions of their offer outstanding. This may happen if:
- You are awaiting the final confirmation of your CRB clearance
- You are beginning a PhD programme in September, but will not receive the results of your Master's degree until November
Please note that if you still have conditions outstanding on your offer of a place to study at the University, your enrolment will remain provisional until you have satisfied all the outstanding conditions of your offer.
If you fail to satisfy the outstanding conditions of your offer within six weeks of the date of your enrolment, your enrolment will be terminated and you will no longer be a student of the University.
I'm having problems trying to enrol onto the Open Studies programmes/PCET Certificates/Certificates in Diabetes Care, who should I contact?
Please get in touch with the relevant contact for your course.
You will be able to re-enrol once your results have been coded by Student Records. Once this coding is complete you will automatically receive the re-enrolment email instructing you how to complete re-enrolment.
Please fill out the below form and a member of the enrolment team will be in touch shortly. We aim to answer queries within three working days.