This page is for students starting courses within our University Centre. If you are starting a College course this September click here.
Starting this September?
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to Hartpury in September 2016.
This page covers the information you will need to know before you join us for Welcome Week and start your course in September. As one of the leading specialist institutions in the UK we can offer you a fantastic student experience, exceptional student support and cutting-edge facilities. If you have any questions or queries then do not hesitate to contact our admissions department on 01452 702557 or via email at email@example.com, quote your UCAS personal identity number – we’re here to help.
Whether you're living on or off campus, the times below are when you need arrive on campus ready to enrol and where they take place. You can open our campus map on the link below to help ensure you know where to go. Click here to view a campus map.
Terms and Conditions
When you enrol you will also be asked to sign Hartpury's Fees and Regulations document, and UWEs Terms and Conditions.
Enrolment times for all students
Equine level 1: Mark Davison Centre (MDC) 1 at 9:30am
Animal and Agriculture level 1: MDC 1 10:30am
Veterinary Nursing Level 1: MDC 1 10:30am
Sport Level 1: MDC 1 11:30am
All Postgraduate: Meet at the University Learning Centre (ULC) in the Postgraduate Study Room at 9am
Top up programmes
Equine: EQ12 at 9:30am
Animal and Land: EQ11 at 9:30am
Sport: A6 at 11:00am
Simply click on the course in the list below to find your full joining instructions for your programme - from information on the kit you will need to budgeting tips, module content and the books you will need to read.
Animal & Agriculture courses, including Veterinary Nursing
If you are looking for information surrounding your specific course, you can find more detail here
You can also take a look at our ‘Coming to Hartpury’ guides, which are attached as downloads to this page, which will give you more of a flavour about what to expect when you arrive and top tips for making the most of your Hartpury experience.
Between now and enrolment there are lots of things you’ll need to consider. The guides below have been compiled to provide you with information to help you think about the next steps – from accepting your offer, travel arrangements, accommodation and financing your studies.
'Coming to Hartpury' Edition 1:
'Coming to Hartpury' Edition 2:
'Coming to Hartpury' Edition 3: