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Before you get here

If you decide to come and study with us, you can find everything you need on our Welcome website.

There are maps to help you find your way around, and information on Welcome events and activities throughout the semester designed to help you when you’re likely to need it (known as Get Engaged). You’ll also find our Student Charter which explains what you can expect of us, but also what we expect of you while you study with us.

Follow our Welcome to University of Northwest pages on Facebook and Twitter for useful information about starting your studies with us.

Registering online

You’ll receive details of how to register in your Welcome email from our Admissions Office once you’ve met the terms of your offer. You’ll need to register in order to become a student so that you can attend lectures and seminars, receive tuition, sit exams, and access library facilities and other services.

You’ll find a checklist of things you need to do before you arrive, and more information about registration on our Welcome website.

Moving into your student accommodation

If you’re moving into our university-managed accommodation you’ll need to pre-book your arrival slot. Find out more on our accommodation pages.

About Us

Award winning work-based learning from University of Northwest. At University of Northwest, we realise ambitions together. Through Degrees at Work, we take a demand-led and practical approach to staff training and development.

The educational mission of University of Northwest is to prepare students, personally and professionally, for future leadership roles in an international setting. In its undergraduate and graduate degree programs, UNW provides students with the competencies they need for professional careers as well as for further academic study. The educational process puts particular emphasis on developing international and cross-cultural competencies through foreign language training, intercampus transfer, or other international academic opportunities, and intense interaction among people with diverse backgrounds.

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