How to use Your Student View
Your Student View is the place for your course information and to make requests to the University.
What you can do on Student View
You should register online for your course on Your Student View. Once you've registered, you can:
- Update your address details and emergency contact
- Make payments to the University, such as tuition, accommodation and nursery fees
- Apply for bursaries and scholarships
- Request a letter proving your student status
- View your modules and timetables
- Choose your module options for the next academic year
- Transfer, suspend or withdraw from your studies
- Apply for extenuating circumstances for an assessment
- View historic, current and future module marks and grades, and future assessment marks and grades.
Historic assessment marks and grades prior to February 2021 will not be displayed in Student View – these are available on request from your faculty's MyPort Hub.
Help with Your Student View
The system is intuitive to use, but if you get stuck, these guides might help:
How to register online
When you're able to register for your course online, we'll send you an email asking you to visit the 'My Registration' page. Here you'll confirm your personal, course, fee and other information.
How to upload your photo
When you register, you'll need to upload a photo of yourself to the system. Here's how to do that:
Uploading a photo
Click on the Start button next to the Upload Photo registration step
Click on Browse My Computer to find a suitable photo in .jpg format, and with a maximum size of 5MB. An error message will appear if the file you select is not suitable.
If your image is not the correct size, you'll see an error message. Press Edit Image to crop your photo to the correct size.
Use the cropping tool to crop your photograph and press Crop Selection when you have finished.
If the image is the correct size, a green confirmation message will be displayed. Press the Accept button at the bottom of the screen. The status will show as Awaiting Upload. Press the Upload button, and a confirmation message will appear when this has been completed.
Press Continue at the bottom of the screen to move on to other tasks.
You can change your photo at a later date using these same steps.
How to view your information
Here's how to update your personal information, including address, name and more.
How to manage your finances
The My Finance page is where you can view and manage your financial information at the University all in one place. Here you can view your financial statement, including your current balance on tuition fees, accommodation and other invoices. You can also make and manage payments online, and with some payment types set up a payment plan.
Find out more about how to make a payment to the University.
How to apply for funds
You can search, view and apply for bursaries, scholarships and funds through the Portal. Here's how to check your eligibility, see what types of awards there are and check deadlines. You can also apply online and track your application progress as it's underway.
How to apply for extenuating circumstances
If you need to apply for extenuating circumstances, because your assessments have been affected by personal issues, you can do this on Your Student View. You can submit a new extenuating circumstances application or review previously submitted applications there.
How to choose your optional modules
You'll be contacted by email when it's time to choose your optional modules for the upcoming academic years. For undergraduate students studying full time, this will be around the start of Teaching Block 2. You'll be given a deadline, and if you don't make your choices within the allocated time, you'll be signed up to default module(s).
Once the window for choosing your optional modules is open, you'll be able to access your module option choices by logging into your Student View, and selecting ‘My Option Choices’.
The ‘My Option Choices’ page will display three options:
- Choose your module option choices
- Choose your reserve modules
- Choose your language (not compulsory unless you have opted to study a language module)
If you have technical trouble with using Your Student View, you can use the live chat box in the bottom right of this page between 9.00am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. Or you can get in touch with the Service Desk on firstname.lastname@example.org.