Application to Registration. Gianna Devin Student Lifecycle Services. Student Experience & Enhancement Services. Aims: Support an excellent experience for all Strathclyde students . Provide a range of services to support students throughout their studies. Application.
Student Lifecycle Services
Support an excellent experience for all Strathclyde students.
Provide a range of services to support students throughout their studies.
Applications through UCAS.
UCAS forward applications to HEIs.
Decisions at Strathclyde made by
Admissions Team and Academic
Applicant may be required to supply additional information or attend interview.
University forwards decisions to UCAS.
Applicants receive offers:
unconditional / conditional / reject.
Once all offers received applicants make
2 choices - firm and insurance.
All other offers are declined.
University receives notification of
If conditions are met place is confirmed.
In most cases if conditions are not met the application is unsuccessful and sent to insurance HEI for consideration.
Where possible if no place confirmed applicant can enter clearing.
Will be received by e-mail when a place
has been confirmed.
‘Welcome’ to Strathclyde
Information on Registration
‘Welcome Week’ information including key dates
Details of all correspondence that will be received before the start of term.
Registration information will be sent to all students after their place is confirmed.
Access will be provided to ‘Getting Started’ on My Place (VLE) where handy hints and interactive material is available on starting university life
Visit www.strath.ac.uk/welcome for further information
Teaching begins on Friday 26 Sept
Study skills support is available
Ask for help and support!
Enjoy the experience!
91% felt welcome at Strathclyde
89% were more aware of issues relevant to student life
86% felt more confident
82% knew where to go for support
“Although it's tempting don't go out every night, start studying your course from the beginning or you will begin to struggle”.
“Be confident in your own ability, enjoy your learning experience and remain open minded to your fellow students bearing in mind that each person has their own individual circumstances”.
“Don't get too worked up about it, remember everyone is in the same boat as you and there is plenty of support to help you along”.
“I would definitely advise new students to go to as many activity/induction things as they can, it's a great way of making friends. And just sit next to random people in class. It's surprising how friendly people are”.
“Bring posters for your walls if you are going to be living in halls”.
“Always bring an umbrella and a map”.
“Don’t where heels around the uni the hills kill your feet”.
“Quoting Bob Marley, ‘Don't worry, about a thing, because every little thing is going to be alright’”.