‌‌‌Arrival and Registration

The registration process will begin before you arrive on campus. Registration consists of Academic Registration and Financial Registration and both must be completed in order for students to become fully registered with the University. If you have not started your academic and financial registration with the University you should read the Academic Registration and Tuition Fees webpages. These pages provide important information on how to complete registration, and explain which processes you can complete at home before you arrive, making your registration much easier and quicker.

If you have any queries or concerns please contact the Student Experience Team who will be happy to assist you.


IT Quickstart

For further information about setting up your university IT account, including email, please visit the CSD (Computing Services Department) Quickstart page.


Welcome Week

There are a number of events and activities taking place over Welcome Week, you will be able to view your full timetable after you have completed your online registration and by accessing Liverpool Life. They will introduce you to your programme and to the University as a whole, and will provide you with a foundation to ensure you gain maximum benefit from your time at the London campus.

Before you arrive you will receive a welcome email, including information on how to access your Welcome Week schedule, computing account and how to contact the Student Experience Team.  Welcome Week is an essential part of your studies and will ensure you are prepared to study at the University of Liverpool in London.

Welcome week and registration begins on 16 September for all Masters programmes.

Please see below for start dates for your programme.

ProgrammeStart Date
MSc Accounting 19 September
MSc International Accounting 23 September
MSc Finance and Investment Management 23 September
MSc Strategic Communication 23 September
MSc Advanced Transdisciplinary Design 23 September
MSc Urban Design and Property Development 23 September
MSc Urban Planning 23 Septmeber
Design Year in London 23 September

Registering with a Doctor (GP)

It is very important that you register with a doctor now you are in London. The GP will be the first point of call if you become ill so do not wait until then to register, do so as soon as possible. Please note that you cannot be registered with two GP practices and upon registering with a new GP in London, this will cancel any GP registration you may have elsewhere in the UK.

The NHS website can provide you with a list of GP surgeries in your local area.

We very much look forward to welcoming you to the campus in September.

Checklist for New Students