Below are the tasks you need to complete as part of enrolment. You will receive an email from the enrolment team 4-6 weeks before your course start date when you will be able to complete all of the tasks below.
- Photo Upload
- Course Registration
- IT Services
- Enrolment Dashboard
- Pay Fees
To submit your photo for your Warwick ID card please go to http://photos.warwick.ac.uk/enrolment. Please ensure that you follow the photo guidelines. You will need your Warwick ID number to complete this process which can be found in your offer email. Please upload your photo as soon as possible in order to allow time for us to produce your Warwick ID card in advance of your arrival. Also see our website for information about ID card collection.
Please upload your photo as soon as possible and we will do our best to get your card ready for your arrival.
Between 4 and 6 weeks before your course starts, we will send you an email inviting you to begin the course registration process. Please do not try to complete the course registration process before we ask you to. As a part of the course registration process you are agreeing to the University of Warwick's regulations. Please read the regulations here.
When you receive the email, click here to complete your course registration.
If you don't currently have a Warwick IT Services account, you will need to generate a temporary password so that you can access Student Records Online and begin the course registration process. To create a temporary password, you will need the following:
• Your Warwick University ID (seven-digit number on your Offer Email)
• Date of Birth (in the format DD/MM/YYYY e.g. 27/06/1999)
• Family Name/Surname
You will need access to the email address you have previously registered with us as we will send you a temporary password here. You should copy this temporary password exactly to access Student Records Online where you will then be prompted to set a new password.
If you already registered for a Warwick IT Services Account, please do not request a temporary password and instead log into the Student Records Online with your IT Services account.
IT ServicesRegister for your ITS Account here. You need to have completed online course registration first. Registering your ITS Account will create your @warwick.ac.uk email address. We will use this email address to contact you during your time at Warwick. You will be notified of things like re-enrolment dates, exam registration and fees/bursaries information.
Your University email is the only one we’ll send official messages to so please check it regularly.
Once you have completed your course registration and set up an IT Services account, you will be able to view your enrolment dashboard. The dashboard lists a number of other activities that we recommend you complete before you begin your studies.
Your online enrolment dashboard can be accessed at warwick.ac.uk/evision with your Warwick IT Services account details.
Once you’ve enrolled and registered for your ITS Account, you can see your statement, pay fees and set up a Direct Debit at warwick.ac.uk/evision
All the information you need about paying fees to the University (tuition, accommodation etc) along with contact details and a list of FAQs, can be found on the Student Finance Website.
If you are living on campus, or within the catchment area, we encourage you to register with our campus based National Health Service (NHS) Health Centre. If you are under 25, please arrange to have the Men ACWY vaccine as soon as possible.
You will be able to register with the Health Centre via the Online Enrolment Dashboard.
You'll need the following information to register:
Term-time address - if you are living on campus you won’t know your term time address in advance, therefore, on the online enrolment dashboard you will be asked to provide permission for the University to pass your address details to the Health Centre to complete your registration.
NHS number - international students new to the UK will not have an NHS number.
Dates of immunisations - which can be obtained from your current doctor's practice.
Details of any current medication
International students can find more information on the Office for Global Engagement.
If you have any other queries, please read our Enrolment FAQs