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Congratulations – you've made it! 

We're so excited to have you with us. If you've missed induction week, don't worry, we've put together the below information which explains what you need to do to ensure you have all the information you need to enrol and what to do in the first few weeks of term.

 What you need to do

  1. Complete enrolment – you should have received an email from our Registry team with simple instructions on how to enrol. For more information and instructions click here.
  2. Visit the Nest in the library – When you first arrive on campus, please come to the Nest in the library. One of our friendly team will help you complete enrolment, set up a meeting with your Academic Guidance Tutor or Programme Convenor and ensure you have all the information you need about key events and activities.
  3. Attend your academic classes – It is important that you start attending classes as soon as you have enrolled, as term moves quickly. You can find your timetable here. Your teaching staff will ensure you are able to catch up on anything that you have missed.
  4. Attend late arrivals induction sessions – We've put in place a number of sessions running throughout the end of September and October to ensure you are familiar with everything that we offer. There will be three sessions, repeated each week, and we would encourage you to attend all three of these, which will be held on Teams. More information is available below.

Induction sessions and pop-ups

Week commencing 26 September Thursday 29 September 11.45am RSU Welcome – Social Opportunities
Friday 30 September 10am Academic Transition – Essential Skills
2pm University Essentials
Week commencing 3 October Monday 3 October 12pm Academic Transition – Essential Skills
Tuesday 4 October 1pm University Essentials
Friday 7 October 11.30am RSU Welcome – Social Opportunities
Week commencing 10 October Tuesday 11 October 2pm University Essentials
Wednesday 12 October 3pm Academic Transition – Essential Skills
Friday 14 October 1pm RSU Welcome – Social Opportunities
Week commencing 17 October Tuesday 18 October 1pm Academic Transition – Essential Skills
Thursday 20 October 11am University Essentials
11.30am RSU Welcome – Social Opportunities
Week commencing 24 October Monday 24 October 11am Academic Transition – Essential Skills
Thursday 27 October 11.30am RSU Welcome – Social Opportunities
Friday 28 October 1pm University Essentials

There will also be pop-up activities led by Sport and Active Communities and RSU sessions outside the library run by student Societies.

Sport and Active Communities

Sessions commence the week beginning 26 September unless otherwise stated.

Day/Activity Time Venue
TGC Boxing 6-7pm Montefiore Hall, Froebel
Social Running 12:30pm Froebel, RSU
Our Parks Whitelands 1-1.30pm Whitelands lawn (starting week commencing 3 October)
Social Tennis 4-6pm MUGA, Froebel
TCG Pilates 1.15-2pm Davies Building, Froebel
HIIT/Circuits class 12-1pm Montefiore Hall, Froebel
TGC Les Mills (Combat) 4.30- 5pm Gym Roehampton
Archery 5-7pm Davies Building, Froebel
3 vs 3 Futsal 12-2pm Davies Building, Froebel
Pop up Table Tennis 12-2pm Montefiore Hall, Froebel
Walk and Talk 12-1pm Froebel/Richmond Park
TCG Les Mills (RPM) 2.10-3pm Gym Roehampton
Pop up Table Tennis 12-2pm Monte
Our Parks Froebel 12.30-1pm Froebel Lawn (starting week commencing 3 October)

RSU Library Pop-ups

Our students' union will be holding pop-up sessions in the library throughout October. Come down and find out more about how they can support you, or what activities you can get involved in.

  • Tuesday 27 September, 10am–2pm
  • Tuesday 4 October, 10am–2pm
  • Tuesday 11 October, 10am–2pm
  • Tuesday 18 October, 10am–2pm
  • Tuesday 25 October, 10am–2pm


Moodle will be your virtual learning environment. It will contain all of your academic content, and is a place where you can communicate with your lectures and fellow students. Have a look at the below links for an introduction to Moodle.

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T: +44 (0)20 8392 3000

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Roehampton Lane,
London, SW15 5PJ, UK.