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 Enrolment Information

All students are required to complete online registration at the start of each academic year.  Registry have started contacting students via email so all eligible students should receive this information shortly.

Please click HERE to log in and start your online enrolment.  If you are a new student you will be sent a separate email with your log in details.

The Online Registration 2017 Guidance notes can be found by clicking here.

By submitting this online registration form students are agreeing to Glasgow School of Art Enrolment Terms and Conditions which are available here.

 Freshers’ Week2017

Details on Freshers' Week events can be found on the Student Union website shortly.

 Student Status Letters

Students may be asked to provide a student status letter for several reasons including:

  • To open a bank account
  • To confirm enrolment for a sponsor
  • For visa purposes

This letter will confirm that you are a student at The Glasgow School of Art and will not be issued until you have fully completed your online enrolment for Session 2017/2018.

If you require a student status letter please complete the Status Letter Request Form and return it to registry@gsa.ac.uk  Please note that these letters can take up to 5 working days to produce and you will be contacted by email when it is available for collection from the Registry Office.

New students who request a status letter by Friday 8 September 2017 will be able to collect it at your enrolment session.  

If you wish a student status letter to open a student bank account, you must indicate the name and address of the bank that you are intending to use. There is a space on the form to provide this information if it’s not already listed. The completed form should be sent to registry@gsa.ac.uk.

 Health Information 

You can also register with a doctor when you arrive in Glasgow - Representatives from Woodside Health Centre will be available during enrolment to discuss any questions you may have in relation to registering with a General Medical Practitioner.  The Centre also offers a dental service.  You can also register with them using their online form.  Please visit their website for further information - https://www.drloveandpartners.com/student-registration/  

 

Important Meningitis Vaccine Information for New Students 

Meningococcal infection can cause meningitis and septicaemia.

New students who are enrolling on a programme of study at the Glasgow School of Art and who come from outside of Scotland, are recommended to have the Meningitis ACWY vaccine prior to coming to Scotland.  This vaccine protects against the most common strains of the disease.

Scottish students should have received the meningitis vaccine at High School and do not require a second meningitis vaccine when they start Higher Education.

If you are a new student who has not already recievd the vaccine and are unable to have the vaccine prior to coming to Scotland, it is important that you email welfare@gsa.ac.uk and request advice from GSA’s Student Welfare Advisers.

The following links takes you to more information about meningitis and the vaccine.

http://www.meningitis.org/

http://www.immunisationscotland.org.uk/vaccines-and-diseases/menw.aspx