How to enrol - new students
Key dates - March 2024 intake
Monday 4 March 2024
Monday 19 February 2024 - Monday 11 March 2024
Right to Study Check (RTS)
For non-priority CAS: 29 January 2024
Priority CAS: 5 February 2024
Super-priority CAS: 12 February 2024
Students not requiring a CAS: 26 February 2024
Collect student ID card
If you are studying at CU Scarborough, you can collect your student ID from the Student Engagement Centre.
Dates and times: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.
On this page, you will be able to access everything you need to know about enrolling with us, how to do it and why it’s so important.
We recommend you complete your enrolment as soon as you receive the email with the link to our enrolment portal, so you can get involved in every aspect of student life, as soon as possible!
You might want to bookmark this page so you can jump back in whenever you need to.
What is enrolment and why it's important
Completing your enrolment opens the door to your student life: your student identity, funding, course information, learning and support resources, student entitlements, discounts and more.
In fact, without completing your enrolment, you simply won’t be able to access everything you need to study, work and live your best CU Scarborough student life!
A completed enrolment is the gateway to your student life – here’s how you do it:
(Note: A small number of our courses enrol using a different platform so you may see different screens than shown in this video)
UK fee-paying student
Follow these steps to enrol
Step 1: Enrol online
Once you’ve accepted our offer, look out for our follow-up email. This will take you to our dedicated student enrolment portal and walk you through the enrolment process step-by-step.
UK fee-paying students - if you are accessing a loan via the Student Loans Company, please confirm if prompted. If you are self-funding, please select this option when prompted. You can also find tuition instalment dates and how to pay on this page.
If you are an international student paying UK fees, i.e. you do not hold a British or Irish passport, you will be required to complete a Right to Study (RTS) check. You will need to do this in person with the International Student Compliance team at the Student Centre - please check the key dates in the box at the top of the page.
You’ll then be given your student account and you’ll also have the chance to get to know the tools we have in place to help you get to know your way around campus and explore our online learning environment.
Step 2: Collect your student ID card
No student ID? No student loan, no access to your accommodation, facilities and services, no important news and updates, no discounts, no fun - it’s that simple.
After you’ve completed your enrolment, you can collect your student ID in person.
Please visit: You can collect your student ID from the Student Engagement Centre
Dates and times: See key dates and times in the box at the top of the page
All students must provide proof of identity and nationality to get a student ID card.
In order to verify your identity, you’ll need to bring the documentation listed in our accepted proof of identity and nationality document.
Online only or distance students: you will not need a student ID card unless you want to access campus facilities and services.
Step 3: Get your student status letter
Step 4: Keep an eye on our website
All the latest information about your course enrolment, our facilities and services will be on our website, so keep checking back in to stay up to date before you arrive and when you get here.
You'll also find details on the Wayfinder app.
If you are an international fee paying student please read our enrolment guide.International enrolment guide
Welcome back to CU Scarborough, you’ll need to re-enrol with us before starting the next year of your course.
If you believe you are due to re-enrol but have not yet received your formal results or a link to enrol please contact your Faculty Registry team so they can update your record.
Once you’ve had an email confirming your enrolment is complete, you can access an induction module on our online learning platform, Aula.
Your personalised timetable will be released before teaching starts - you can access your timetable by logging into the Student Portal, find it on Aula or on the Wayfinder app.
Don’t forget – your timetable may change, so keep checking!
Further information and support is available by logging into Aula, as well as from your course team.
Pay your fees
Home students applying for a student loan must do so every year. You can find all the details on the UK Government website.
International full-time students must pay £8,000 to re-enrol.
International part-time students must pay your course fees in full. You can check the cost on our Returner Fees portal.
If your fees are being paid by a sponsor (eg an employer or government body) you will need to send your sponsor letter for approval to firstname.lastname@example.org. We require a new sponsor letter each academic year. Please note, family and friends are not classed as sponsors.
If you haven’t paid your tuition fees in full, please ensure you make payments by the tuition instalment deadlines.
The quickest and most secure way to pay is by using Convera payment platform.