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All students are required to enrol/register at the start of each stage of their course.

The Enrolment Process

New students

As part of the admissions process, new students will receive an invitation to enrol via email from the Student Admissions Service. If you have conditions to your offer, these will need to have been met before you receive your enrolment invitation.

The enrolment invitation email will provide you with all the information you need to enrol, along with how to set your password for the University IT systems, how to access the 'Welcome' information on our virtual learning environment CampusMoodle and information about the how to use the MyRGU app.

Enrolment normally closes 10 days after the start of formal teaching. The specific date for your academic year will be provided in your invitation email, but if you are worried about meeting this date, please speak to the Student Admissions Service or the academic school where your course is taught.

During enrolment you will:

  • review and update your personal information, including your home (permanent) address and term-time (contact) address, telephone numbers, and course of study. 
  • new full-time Nursing students are required to provide your National Insurance Number and all Nursing students are encouraged to provide their Nursing and Midwifery Council Pin Number when you have this.
  • make any payment arrangements – if they are required
  • upload a photo for your Student ID Card

At the end of online enrolment you will be asked to accept the Terms and Conditions of the University:

Once enrolled you will receive a confirmation email which provides you with:

  • your RGU Student email address and instructions on how to access it
  • a reminder about MyRGU and where to go to get more information
  • confirmation of your student number and course details
  • confirmation of your payment arrangements
  • information about when/how to expect receipt of their student card

Following enrolment, you will start to receive emails to your RGU email account with help and advice to get you started. You will also start to receive messages from your academic school via the course induction areas on CampusMoodle.

ID Card collection

New full time on campus students can collect their printed Student ID Card on campus:

  • 04 January 2023 – 06 January 2023:  The Student Help Point, Level 3, Ishbel Gordon Building
  • 09 January 2023 – 23 January 2023 (excluding weekends):  ID Card Collection Point in the Student Union on the ground floor, Riverside Building, between 11:00 and 14:00
  • 24 January 2023 onwards: The Student Help Point, Level 3, Ishbel Gordon Building

Please make sure to leave at least 48 hours between uploading your photo and collection to allow time for printing.

ID cards for part time on campus students are automatically posted to your term time address. Online learners will also receivce their ID cards by post.

If you have any questions about your new ID card, please log a question on

Continuing students

Continuing students will receive an email with a link to Enrol Online each time they need to re-enrol.

Payment Options

How and if you pay your fees will depend upon a number of factors. We have included full information about fee payment - including information for sponsored, overseas, self funding and for government funded students.

Further information regarding payment options:

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