We hope you’re excited to join our #HartpuryFamily and start your new adventure. You'll be surrounded by like-minded people on our beautiful campus, who are as passionate about your chosen subject as you are.
If you have any specific questions about your application, please get in touch with our admissions team by emailing email@example.com
If you’re new to Hartpury and haven’t studied here before:
Arrive on Wednesday 18 September, 10am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC4). Your Programme Manager will meet you and welcome you to Hartpury.
There will be plenty of signs around campus to find your way and our support team will be on-hand to help you get to where you need to be.
All top-up students (including new and current Hartpury students):
Arrive on Friday 20 September in the Equine Centre for your course induction:
You’ll get to know your programme team, Personal Tutor and fellow students – and start to settle into the Hartpury family. You’ll also receive your timetable.
Now check the enrolment instructions for your course below.
Once you’ve enrolled, you’re welcome to join in with Freshers’ Week activities. It's a great way to meet your fellow coursemates and get to know our campus. We've got some great events planned.
These contain everything you need to know about your course. From any specialist clothing or equipment you need to get, to any books you may need to buy. They also include details of any curriculum changes since you applied, as well as any additional costs.
Please make sure you bring the following with you:
If you don't have photo ID, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Other documents you should bring with you include:
If you'd like to work alongside your studies, please ensure you bring your passport and/or birth certificate with you. These documents are needed to conduct 'Right to Work' checks (UK and international students).
You might need to get some specialist equipment, clothing or books for your course.
Regular buses between our campus and Gloucester and Cheltenham means that popping into town is quick and easy. You can also bring your car to campus, so you're ready to explore Gloucestershire.