Guidance for staff and students about what students must do at the start of each academic session as part of becoming a matriculated student at the University
Information about how to make arrangements to pay your tuition fees is available on the Finance Department website at:
If your tuition fees are being paid on your behalf by a sponsor, you need to provide the Fees and Student Support Team with evidence of the award on official headed paper.
You can see if you have been registered by checking the Programmes Channel on the MyEd Student Portal. Although your registration date will appear on your record within 24 hours of completing the online registration form, any amendments to your student record supplied as part of the online process will take longer to appear in MyEd.
To complete full Matriculation as a student of the University you must also meet a representative from your College or School who will assist with arrangements for joining your new Programme. Your College or School will make arrangements for this meeting.
The most up to date information about University Card issue can be found on the Card Services website at:
All students holding an unconditional firm offer and within 6 weeks of their programme start date will be able to register online using a process made available to you via the MyEd portal in the Student Personal Details channel. This channel is accessed from the My Studies tab in the portal. You will receive an email to your University of Edinburgh email account advising you when this online form is available for you to complete. You should complete this online form as soon as possible to start the matriculation process and signify your intention to take up your place at Edinburgh.
Where applicable, the following documentation must be supplied by email:
Adjustments can take time to arrange and implement, and the University generally requires any changes to exam arrangements to be implemented 4 weeks before the first exam of each cycle.
It is therefore important that you discuss any specific exam requirements that you may have with a Disability Advisor well before your exams are due to commence.
This article was published on Jan 21, 2014