This article will provide the steps to follow in order to register onto your course.

 

On-campus (including colleges) Home/EU students

How to complete the registration processes for new home/EU students


To become a student at the University of Portsmouth it is necessary for you to register onto your course, this entails completing the Registration Form and personal Identification check. The successful completion of these activities will enable the payment of any student loans you may have applied for on the due dates. Steps 1 and 2 will need to be undertaken before you start your course, and step 3 either prior to or at the start of term.

 

   If you are returning to the University after completing a course without any study break, and you have been allocated an account in the past, you do not need to complete step 1.  

 

Step 1 – Get your username and password


Visit
www.port.ac.uk/studentaccount to retrieve your University computer username and password.  You will be asked for your Student ID Number and date of birth.  Following the successful retrieval of your computer account you can access your student Google email, MyPort and other essential IT services.

 

Please note: If you have previously activated your account for early access to Moodle you will not need to complete this step.



Step 2 – Complete the Registration Form and apply for your Student Card

 

Once you have your student account details you should complete the Registration Form and apply for your Student Card.


To complete the
Registration Form go to www.port.ac.uk/register and follow the instructions to commence your registration.

 

If you receive an ‘Incorrect login credentials’ message when logging into the registration system, you are able to reset your password at www.port.ac.uk/studentaccount, or contact the Service Desk on 023 9284 7777 or email servicedesk@port.ac.uk for assistance. If you receive an alternate error message when trying to access the registration form, please contact our Registration team directly on regform@port.ac.uk or 023 9284 7744.


To apply for your Student Card go to
www.port.ac.uk/studentcard to complete the application form; this will allow you to access University buildings and services. If you are not studying on-site you may not wish to apply for a Student Card. However, if you wish to use the library’s facilities you will need a Student Card. Step 3 explains how you can collect your Student Card.

 

When you have completed your Registration Form and applied for your Student Card, check your student Google email to receive confirmation that you have successfully submitted both forms.

 

Step 3 – Personal Identification (ID) ​and Course Entry Qualification ​check 

 

If these have not yet been provided when applying to the University, please email scanned copies of your Personal ID and relevant qualification documentation to confirmation@port.ac.uk. If you are unsure which qualifications are required, please email confirmation@port.ac.uk for clarification.

 

When you arrive at Portsmouth you will be required to produce your personal identification (ID); this can be a passport or driving licence with photograph and you must also provide us with a valid term time address. Your Faculty will advise you during your first week’s activities with the time and venue for you to show us your ID and provide your term time address. If you have already applied for your student card, you can collect it at this point.

 

You will not be registered onto your course, or able to obtain your Student card until you complete the Registration Form, provide personal identification and a valid term time address.

 

Please see our ‘Important Registration and Tuition Fee Information’ leaflet at our ‘Where can I find tuition fee policies and procedures?’ article.

   

 

 

Where to take your Personal Identification (ID) and Term Time Address

 

Please take your ID and details of your Term Time Address to your Department/School/Faculty at the following locations:

Faculty

Department / School

Address

Creative & Cultural Industries

Architecture

3.18 Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue,

PO1 2DJ

Art, Design and Performance

0.11 Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue,

PO1 2DJ

Creative Technologies

0.05 Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue,

PO1 2DJ

Film, Media and Communications

0.11 Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue,

PO1 2DJ

Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Justice Studies

St. George's Building, 141 High Street, PO1 2HY

Education and Sociology

St. George's Building, 141 High Street, PO1 2HY

Languages and Linguistics

Course Administration Team, Room 2.14, Park Building, King Henry 1 Street, PO1 2DZ

Area Studies, History, Politics and Literature

Course Administration Team, Milldam, Burnaby Road, PO1 3AS

Business and Law

All Subject Groups

Richmond Building Information Point, Portland Street, PO1 3DE 

Science

Biology

King Henry Building, King Henry 1 Street, PO1 2DY

Dental Academy

William Beatty Building, Hampshire Terrace,

PO1 2QG

Earth & Environmental Sciences

Buckingham Building, Lion Terrace, PO1 3HE

Geography

Buckingham Building, Lion Terrace, PO1 3HE

Health Sciences & Social Work

St Michael’s Building, White Swan Road, PO1 2DT

Pharmacy & Biomedical Sciences

St Michael’s Building, White Swan Road, PO1 2DT

Psychology

King Henry Building, King Henry 1 Street, PO1 2DY

Sport & Exercise Science

Spinnaker Building, Cambridge Road, PO1 2ER

Technology

Civil Engineering and Surveying

Room 0.50, Portland Building, Portland Street,

PO1 3AH

Computing

Room 0.09, Lion Gate Building, Lion Terrace,

PO1 3HF

Maths and Physics

Room 0.09, Lion Gate Building, Lion Terrace,

PO1 3HF

Mechanical and Design Engineering

Engineering Administration Counter, Ground Floor, Anglesea Building, Anglesea Road, PO1 3DJ

Energy and Electronic Engineering

Engineering Administration Counter, Ground Floor, Anglesea Building, Anglesea Road, PO1 3DJ

 

Off-campus (i.e. distance learning) Home/EU students

 

How to complete the registration processes for new Home/EU students

 

To become a student at the University of Portsmouth it is necessary for you to complete the Registration Form before your course start date and provide personal identification (ID) and evidence of your course entry qualifications. You will be notified of the date when you can register online.

 

If you are returning to the University after completing a course without any study break, and you have been allocated an account in the past, you do not need to complete step 1.  

 

Step 1 – Get your username and password

 

Visit www.port.ac.uk/studentaccount to retrieve your University computer username and password.  You will be asked for your Student ID Number and date of birth.  Following the successful retrieval of your computer account you can access your student Google email, MyPort and other essential IT services.

 

Please note: If you have previously activated your account for early access to Moodle you will not need to complete this step.

 

Step 2 – Complete the Registration Form and apply for your Student Card

 

Once you have your student account details you should complete the Registration Form and apply for your Student Card.

 

To complete the Registration Form go to www.port.ac.uk/register and follow the instructions to commence your registration.

 

If you receive an ‘Incorrect login credentials’ message when logging into the registration system, you are able to reset your password at www.port.ac.uk/studentaccount, or contact the Service Desk on 023 9284 7777 or email servicedesk@port.ac.uk for assistance. If you receive an alternate error message when trying to access the registration form, please contact our Registration team directly on regform@port.ac.uk or 023 9284 7744. 

When you have completed your Registration Form, check your student Google email to receive confirmation that you have successfully submitted the form


To apply for your Student Card go to www.port.ac.uk/studentcard to complete the application form; this will allow you to access University buildings and services and it is used for attendance monitoring. Step 3 explains how you can collect your Student Card.

If you are not studying on-site you should still apply for your Student Card.  The Student Card is required to access the University Library or libraries at other institutions

 

If you have applied for a Student Card your Department/School will send it to you when you have completed the Registration Form and they have received evidence of your ID and qualifications.

 

Step 3 – Personal Identification (ID) ​and Course Entry Qualification ​check

 

You are required to produce personal identification (ID) and evidence of your course entry qualifications. Please email your documentation to the addresses as shown below, if this information has not already been provided. You will not be registered onto your course until your ID and qualifications are provided.

 

Please see our ‘Important Registration and Tuition Fee Information’ leaflet at our ‘Where can I find tuition fee policies and procedures?’ article.

 

 Where to send your Personal Identification (ID) and Term Time Address details

 Please email your Personal Identification (ID) and Term Time Address details to the following email addresses:

 

 

Faculty

Department / School

Contact Details

Creative & Cultural Industries

Architecture

architecture@port.ac.uk

Art, Design and Performance

adp@port.ac.uk 

Creative Technologies

ct-enquiry@port.ac.uk

Film, Media and Communications

fmc-admin@port.ac.uk

Humanities and Social Science

Languages and Linguistics

 slal@port.ac.uk

Education and Sociology – Postgraduate students

edsocpostgraduate@port.ac.uk

Education and Sociology – Undergraduate students

edsocundergraduate@port.ac.uk

Criminal Justice Studies – Postgraduate students

icjs-pgdl@port.ac.uk 

Criminal Justice Studies – Undergraduate students

icjs-dlug@port.ac.uk 

Area Studies, History, Politics and Literature – Postgraduate students

sashplmasters@port.ac.uk

Area Studies, History, Politics and Literature – Undergraduate students

sashpl@port.ac.uk

Business and Law

ALL

pbs.enquiries@port.ac.uk

Science

Psychology

psychology@port.ac.uk

SHSSW

SHSSW@port.ac.uk

Technology

Civil Engineering and Surveying

sces-admin@port.ac.uk

Computing

cmp-admin@port.ac.uk

Maths and Physics

cmp-admin@port.ac.uk

Mechanical and Design Engineering

eng-office@port.ac.uk

Energy and Electronic Engineering

eng-office@port.ac.uk

Learning at Work

learningatwork@port.ac.uk

 

Where to send your Qualifications

Learning at Work students


If these have not yet been provided when applying to the University, please email scanned copies of your relevant documentation to learningatwork@port.ac.uk. If you are unsure which qualifications are required, please email learningatwork@port.ac.uk for clarification. 

All other students


If these have not yet been provided when applying to the University, please email scanned copies of your relevant documentation to confirmation@port.ac.uk. If you are unsure which qualifications are required, please email confirmation@port.ac.uk for clarification.   
   

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