Student administration
  1. Student Charter: We are City
  2. New students
  3. Registration
  4. ID cards
  5. Term dates
  6. Exams
  7. If Things Go Wrong
  8. Transcripts
  9. Replacement certificates
  10. Programme legacy
  11. Fees & finance
  12. Update your record
  13. Visas
  14. Student Survey
  15. WOW! Awards
  16. HESA Student Data Collection Notice
    1. Online Registration
    2. Re-Registration
    3. Paying Tuition Fees
    4. Attendance
    5. Biometric residence permits (BRP)
Student administration


All new students at City, University of London are required to complete registration. Registration is the official process to enrol as a student on your chosen course. Registration consists of two steps: Online registration and In-Person registration. As well as confirming your membership with City, at Registration you will be given a student ID card, which will enable you to gain access to City buildings and facilities such as the Library, Computing and IT facilities.

Students that do not complete both Online and In-Person registration are not permitted to continue on their course; therefore it is essential that you read the following pages carefully in order to ensure that you meet these requirements:

Returning students are required to re-register and further information about this can be found at Re-Registration.

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.