Please use the below links if you have applied for a course with one of our other partners:
University of Roehampton
To complete your interview/assessment online:
PLEASE NOTE: You will be required to bring any original copies of your previous qualifications in for our Admissions Team to verify. You will be asked to present your original qualification(s) and photo ID. Failure to present them will result in you being withdrawn from your course.
Our campuses are open and ready for you to join us this autumn and we’re looking forward to welcoming you. The teaching delivery mode for your programme may vary depending on your choice of study and university partner. What won’t change is that you will join a lively and diverse learning community with a variety of support available to help you achieve your ambitions.
London Metropolitan University Centres students: Your teaching will be delivered using a blended learning model, combining timetabled live online sessions with face-to-face on-campus classes. You can find out more about our approach to blended learning here.
Middlesex University Centres students: We’re planning for your teaching to be delivered face-to-face on-campus.
University of Roehampton Centres students: Your teaching will be delivered using a blended learning model, combining timetabled live online sessions with face-to-face on-campus classes. You can find out more about our approach to blended learning here.
Our team is working hard to ensure the systems and support are in place to help you achieve your goals. We are here to reassure you that your studies and success is our priority. We have a range of support teams and services including library, study advice from our ACE Team, or if you want to speak to someone in our Welfare Team, we are available to help you succeed.
When you join us, we are planning the following:
Yes. If you would like help finding, booking, and organising accommodation for your studies, the QA Accommodation Service is here to help. Complete your details using an online form here and one of the team will contact you to discuss your options.
Some of your study and learning activities will be online you will need to access the University’s resources via internet.
As such you should have:
Our online sessions can be accessed via smart phone, but it is recommended that you have access to a tablet/laptop or a PC for ease of use and completing assessments.
You will also need access to a stable internet connection. You will be given access to Microsoft Office 365 once you are registered on your programme, free of charge.
If you have any queries or concerns around the equipment you plan to use, don’t hesitate to contact our very helpful ACE Team for advice at ACELDN@qa.com.
This guidance is subject to change and therefore we recommend that you check the latest Government guidance here before you travel. The latest Government guidance will specify how and for what period you will need to self-isolate when travelling to the UK. It may also include advice which is specific to you based on the country you are travelling from, together with guidance on how to travel safely from the airport.
If you are worried about arriving late due to travel restrictions, please let us know as soon as possible and one of our team will contact you directly.
If you are travelling to the UK to join us, please complete our online form with details of your travel plans as this will allow us the opportunity to provide any additional advice, guidance and support before and upon your arrival to the UK.
If you are travelling to the UK from the EU, please make sure you have consulted the relevant guidance regarding the UK and EU transition. You can check our FAQs regarding Brexit here.
It is important that you follow the Government’s guidance when travelling into the UK, especially if you are travelling from or through a country that is on the red list. The UK has red listed countries that pose a high risk to spreading the Covid-19 virus and its new variants. Please check the Government guidance here for the full list of ‘red list’ countries with detailed information on the requirements you need to meet on arrival in the UK.
Currently, if you have travelled through or been in any of the countries on the red list in the last 10 days, you will not be permitted to enter the UK – unless you are:
Please note: you cannot use the Test to Release scheme if you have been in or through a red list country.
It is critical that you follow the Government’s guidance on what you must do before you travel:
Please continue to check the guidance as it is subject to change.
We understand travelling can be stressful at the best of times and we want to ensure you are supported during this challenging time. Please complete the QA Higher Education travel notification form and let us know your circumstances. We will support you as you follow any necessary procedures to enter the UK.
Please do speak with our Welfare Team who are always on hand to support you with any queries or personal matters you may come across. Our friendly team are here to help and can also share a variety of resources with you that you may find useful.
Before travelling into the UK, please ensure you’re checking the latest information and advice about entering the UK here.
It is vital that students arriving in the UK have followed the correct arrival procedure to avoid additional costs and any delays. This includes ensuring you have the correct travel documents to present, testing requirements before travel, self-isolating on arrival and further testing during self-isolation.
Documents required on arrival:
We recommend that you regularly check the relevant Government guidance pages as advice may change. Please also remember to follow the Government’s safer travel guidelines, and plan ahead to avoid busy times.
Please submit your application online or by post as soon as possible as during this period Student Finance England will experience delays to assessing applications.
If you are having difficulty in contacting Student Finance England and you have questions regarding your application, please contact the University Finance Team on 0207 656 8450 or email us on QAHEfinancesupport@qa.com
Please be advised that you will be required to have a CRN number from Student Finance England at enrolment as this proves you have completed the application process with Student Finance England.
Will tuition fee and maintenance loans be processed and paid as normal?
Generally yes. The Student Loan Company are continuing to pay maintenance and tuition fee loans in the amounts students expected, based on their previous assessment. Student Finance England however reserve the right to request further evidence to support claims for funding at any time.