This page is accurate for students on courses accredited by the University of South Wales (formerly Glamorgan). It has not yet been updated to include advice for students whose courses are accredited by the University of Wales (i.e. courses based in Newport).
Glamlife channels are small websites produced and edited by different departments of the University. They produce news, list events, and some can post announcements.
Administration in your Faculty
Many administrative tasks can be achieved through your faculty:
The Academic Registry is responsible for central admin including enrolment, timetabling, exams, results and graduations.
Cash Offices are responsible for a variety of finance related queries and for collecting payments.
An overview of the Council Tax system and how it applies to students. Also includes instructions about how eligible students can get an exemption letter.
Data Protection governs how the University uses personal data.
When you graduate, you will be issued with certificates and transcripts for the course you have studied.
The online enrolment guide offers an overview of the online enrolment process.
The University ID card acts as your University identification, library card and allows you access to University services and facilities.
Extenuating circumstances are defined as ‘exceptional circumstances which are outside the control of the student and which have prevented, or will prevent, him/her from performing in assessment at the level expected or required of him/her’
The Faculties can provide you with some letters and administer your course.
Graduation information, including dates, tickets, formal wear and more.
Listing the pages where you can find induction timetables for your faculty.
You can view and update some of the personal information that we hold.
Questions and answers about the university merger will be updated throughout the year.
The Integrated Curriculum Information System is a database listing course and module contents.
A very brief overview of how the online enrolment process works for new students.
In the Online Payments System, you can see invoices and your outstanding balance. You can make payments against each invoice.
Find out about the payment of tuition fees, with a particular focus on how this relates to enrolment at the University.
The page explains when your fees are expected to be paid, and what happens if you start to owe the University money.
An overview of policies and regulations that apply to students.
A full list of the University’s Academic Policies and Regulations.
Students occasionally need a letter from the University. This page lists various types of letter and how to obtain each.
If you have a job, you need to know the facts about taxes.
Information on TV licenses, when you need one, costs and refunds.
If you are a UK or EU student and you want to withdraw, transfer or suspend studies, this page explains the process.
We've added a list of popular social bookmarking on our pages - it is not a complete list, but the same selection of sites that the BBC have identified as being useful to a UK audience.
If you already have an account with one or more of these services, you can use the links automatically. If not, you can sign up for free with any of them.