All your course fees will be paid by your employer and/or the government depending on the size of your company. If you require any assistance of advice regarding fees or invoices please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a degree apprentice you should have an employment contract covering at least the duration of your studies and will receive a copy of the Universities agreement with your employer and an individual commitment statement between your employer, the University and yourself. If you require any assistance or advice regarding these agreements please contact email@example.com.
Enrolment is the formal step which confirms your status as a student at the University of Central Lancashire. As soon as we've emailed you your username and password you should use these to enrol on your course, access to other university services. Enrolment should take no longer than 10 minutes and is a simple confirmation of your details.
Your UCLan ID card acts as your official University identification, allowing you access to the Library, register your attendance at classes and other services. Order your UCLan ID card by uploading a photo using our online photograph service. Your student card will be sent to your home address, if you complete this action 1 week prior to your course start date.
The first time we received your email address, we sent a request asking you to confirm we were using the correct address. We need you to click the confirm link included, otherwise we can't send you secure information such as your network username and password. If you haven't seen this request, and you've checked your inbox and junk mail, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you have your network username and password. Log on to your Student Portal and click on 'weekly timetable' where you'll find details of welcome and induction events in Welcome Week and your classes and lectures once teaching begins. Don't worry if your teaching timetable isn't showing when you first log on. Keep checking back - it should be populated within a couple of weeks.
Due to several large outbreaks of measles we strongly advise to ensure both your MMR and Meningitis ACWY vaccinations are up to date before you begin university. Measles is caused by a very infectious virus and can cause rashes, high fevers and can lead to very serious complications in adults. Untreated meningitis can cause life-threatening blood poisoning and result in permanent damage to the brain or nerves. Contact your local GP surgery and arrange an appointment.