In addition to the pre-arrival checklist, there are some key things you should do after arrival:

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  • If you are moving into University accommodation see the New Students information page.
  • Your Course Guide and Student Handbook contain all the essential information.
  • Finding your Faculty Student Services office and that of your personal tutor.
  • Finding out about our Learning Centres.
  • How to get involved with Sport - whether playing for fun, as part of a team or volunteering.
  • Your module timetable.
  • Opening a student bank account (you will need to request a bank letter through e:Vision once you are fully enrolled)
  • Requesting a council tax exemption letter (if required) through e:Vision once you are fully enrolled, which may entitle you to a discount or full exemption
  • If you have a disability, additional needs or an SpLD see Student Support and Wellbeing (SSW).

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What is eduroam?

eduroam (education roaming) is the secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.  eduroam allows students, researchers and staff from participating institutions to obtain Internet connectivity across campus and when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their laptop.

Where can I eduroam?

eduroam is available in thousands of locations across over 70 countries worldwide. From campuses to coffee shops. Click here for an interactive map of countries where you can eduroam.

Find out more about eduroam by visiting their website www.eduroam.org

Is it safe?

eduroam is based on the most secure encryption and authentication standards in existence today. Its security by far exceeds typical commercial hotspots. Find out about eduroam security here.