All other students

International students who do not have, or have not applied for, a Student Visa will need to upload evidence of their right to study in the UK and then attend a registration event so that this evidence can be verified.

The next registration event will be between 10am and 1pm at the Student Hub on Friday 26 April 2024

  • You do not need to make an appointment

Right to Study evidence

Examples of Right to Study evidence include, but aren't limited to:

  • EU Pre-settled or Settled Status (EU/EEA/Swiss students)
  • Dependent Visa
  • BNO Visa
  • Indefinite Leave to Remain

Frequently asked questions

If you have an eVisa you will need to provide us with a share code to prove your immigration status.  You should generate the share code here before you attend your registration event appointment, and bring it with you to the event.  

Please also bring some form of evidence to your appointment to show when you entered the UK, eg flight ticket or boarding pass. This can be provided in a digital format and does not need to be uploaded to e:Vision.

Please ensure that you have with you:

  • your student card; and
  • the original document that you uploaded to e:Vision as evidence of your Right to Study.

If you have a UK/Republic of Ireland passport then you can upload this document.  You do not then need to attend a registration event. 

If you do not have a UK/Republic of Ireland passport you will need to upload an alternative document to prove your right to study and book an appointment at the registration event. 

There are several reasons you might not have been able to upload your evidence to e:Vision, including, but not limited to:

  • you’ve not received your new passport
  • you've not got confirmation of renewal of your Settlement leave to remain

It is important that you email if you are unable to provide the University with evidence of your Right to Study in the UK by the given deadline.

If you are waiting for a decision on a visa application, please email the Visa Compliance team at the above email address, explaining the situation and including evidence of your visa application.  Failure to do so could result in you being withdrawn from your studies.