- School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences
What to do when you arrive
Matriculation is the process by which you are formally admitted to the University. There are two stages to this process:
In most cases, you will be able to do this before you arrive at the University.
You must have your attendance confirmed by a member of the school.
You can do this in room G32, Psychology Building, 7 George Square at following dates and times;
Wednesday 13 September, 1pm - 4pm
Thursday 14 September, 10am - 4pm
Friday 15 September, 10am - 4pm
Remember to bring your student card.
There are lots of important events in Welcome Week that you must attend.
PPLS Student Handbook 2017/18 (in preparation)
All new students should meet with their Personal Tutor during Welcome Week. Login through MyEd to find contact details for your Personal Tutor.
Some Personal Tutors will have a sign up meeting request list pinned to their office door, if not, you can request a meeting through MyEd.
It is best to meet with your Personal Tutor after you have registered for all your courses, but if you need more advice on course choices, your Personal Tutor can advise.
The following information about choosing outside courses is contained in the welcome letter for new students sent during the summer and is provided here for reference.
During the enrolment process, students have to select a number of outside courses that they feel will complement the degree programme they have enrolled on. Please remember that students are solely responsible for their choices and no one else can do it for them.
However, there are a number of helpful resources to assist students in making their choices:
It is vital that you contact Student Administration as soon as possible to confirm your matriculation.
You also need to come in to see us at the PPLS Student Support Office so we can confirm your attendance and ensure that you are registered on the correct courses.
You are also required to make an appointment to meet with your Personal Tutor.
Stella, a PPLS psychology undergraduate, talks about what it is like to be a student at the University of Edinburgh.