Q. Why am I required to attend International Check-in and then again the following year?

Why am I required to attend International Check-in and then again the following year?


Answer

As per the requirements of our licenses, we are required to keep records of the following immigration documents for all students who hold a nationality outside of the EU/EAA (this may well include students who have been fee assessed as “Home EU”):

  • Current Visa;

  • Current Passport;

  • ATAS Certificate (if applicable);

  • Documents used to assess the student credibility for the course:

    • Application form;

    • Previous Visas (if applicable);

    • Progression Panel decisions (if applicable);

    • Academic Certificate (if applicable);

    • English Language Certificate (if applicable);

    • Personal Statement (except ESP programs);

    • Referee statements.

All of the above documents are checked at International Check-in when you first register for your course.

Every student is asked to re-register every year as stated in the academic regulations. This also allows the University to check those documents again, ensure the immigration status of the student has not changed and also to advise students who have retakes, reassessments or repeats and the impact this has on their visa. Check-in is also counted as a ‘contact point’ in relation to the student’s attendance and allows us to begin monitoring attendance from that point during each academic year.

  • Last Updated Sep 29, 2017
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  • Answered By David Hamilton (askUs)

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