The University offers a large number of modules which are supported by eLearning. The use of eLearning is carefully designed to aid the quality and flexibility of study. A number of awards are delivered by distance eLearning. These are indicated in the University prospectuses.
Students will have the opportunity to make their voice heard by voting for who they want to represent them, at both an institutional and national level, throughout the year. For more information go to: http://www.staffsunion.com
The Ember Lounge at College Road is a Students’ Union run venue that offers you a place to chill out and relax.
A varied food menu with an ongoing commitment to Fairtrade.
Drinks ranging from coffees to cocktails - something for everyone.
For opening times and events details contact:
t: 01782 294368
English for International Students
For more information visit our English Language Pages
All students will be asked to complete on-line enrolment each academic year. You will receive notification of when you need to do this and it can then be completed from the e:VisionStaffs Portal. When you have completed the process you will receive an on-line enrolment confirmation certificate. Please read this carefully as it will advise you on what you need to do next and will include details of how to obtain your Student Card and arrange release of your first student maintenance loan instalment (if applicable) into your bank account.
Some students based in the School of Health and Social Care and School of Life Sciences and Education will see additional standard questions when completing on-line enrolment, asking them to declare their suitability to attend the course on which they are enrolling. The full statements you will be asked to confirm can be viewed on the links below.
Annual Self Declaration of Criminal Record (PDF, file size: 27.72KB)
Annual Self Declaration of Good Character and Good Health (PDF, file size: 61.91KB)
Over 50,000 ebooks and ejournals and databases to support all subjects and awards from Information Services. eresources
The Estates Department provides a wide range of services to support present and future campus infrastructure including:
Property Services: repairs, maintenance and refurbishments, grounds maintenance, major capital building projects
Campus Services: portering, security, cleaning, parking
Health Safety and Environmental office.
The Stoke Examination Timetables are available via the Examinations and Graduation web page.
For information, advice or guidance visit: