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Updates about UKVI visa check-ins

Updates about UKVI visa check-ins
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Students on regular visas check-ins will not be required to check-in during reading weeks, exam periods, semester breaks or approved off-campus activities.


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Most students on Student/Tier 4 visas are currently attending mandatory regular check-ins sessions – thank you for following the instructions.. You can remember the requirements and how to complete your check-ins on our student support website.

We understand that there are certain times when you may not be able to attend school regularly. You are not required to check-ins on campus or use the online check-ins form during any of the following periods:

  • Reading weeks – if your course has them.
  • Exam / assessment periods and breaks between semesters – see the University’s key dates page.
  • Off-campus placements, research, field trips, electives, or other learning activities – these must be official activities provided or approved by your School.
  • Authorised absences – if you have a personal reason for not attending campus during teaching time (e.g. you are ill) you must report this to your School. You won’t be expected to check-in during any authorised absence period.

We’re reviewing these temporary check-in processes to ensure that you can register as quickly and easily as possible. Thank you for supporting us as we work out the details.

The university is continuing to research a solution to control attendance for all students (not just those on visas). We’re working hard to get this done as quickly as possible – but it will take some time due to UKVI’s complex requirements, diverse study options and different attendance requirements and systems.

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