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Enrolment for level 6 modules

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If you have been offered a place for a level 6 stand-alone module, your next step to becoming a student at the University is to complete our enrolment process.

Step 1: Enrol online

All students must enrol online. You will be notified by email, approximately three weeks prior to the start date of your programme, when and how to access the online enrolment system. You should complete the enrolment task as soon as you receive this notification.

Continuing students must enrol online at the start of the academic year even if they do not intend taking a module in 2019/20.

Step 2: Cardiff University student card and documentation for enrolment (new students only)

It is a University regulation that all new students must have a Cardiff University ID card. Failure to collect your student ID card within two weeks of the start of your course may result in you being withdrawn from your programme of study.

Find out how to obtain your student ID card.

In order to collect your University Student Card you will be required to provide proof of your identity. Details of what proof of identity is acceptable can be found here.

Step 3: School enrolment

As part of the enrolment process we offer face-to-face enrolment sessions which can be attended within the School.

Module codeModule nameVenueDateTime
HC3141Foundations Community & Practice NursingRooms 605/606, Eastgate House Campus24 September 201909:00
HC3127Health Care Professionals:  End of Life CareTenovus Building LG7 07, Heath Park Campus25 September 201909:30
NR3177Clinical Patient Assessment for Health ProfessionalsTo be confirmed1 October 201911:00
NR3108Minor IllnessRoom 3.19 Tŷ Dewi Sant building, Heath Park7 October 201909:00

To find out more information on your module's session please contact the Student Management Information Team.

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