Welcome week

#ComingtoHartpury2019

Your Welcome Week starts on Monday 16 September with your academic induction. 

Your Programme Manager will welcome you to Hartpury and explain what happens next. You'll meet your new classmates for the first time here too and start getting to know everyone. Chek your enrolment time below. You’ll see plenty of signs around campus and our support team will be on-hand to help you find your way.

Undergraduate students

  • Agriculture - 10.30am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC2)
  • Animal - 11.30am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC1)
  • Equine - 9.30am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC1)
  • Sport - 10.30am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC1)
  • Veterinary Nursing - 9.30am in Hartpury House (room A6)*

*Diploma in Professional Studies Veterinary Nursing / Equine Veterinary Nursing
Your enrolment is on Tuesday 17 September at 10am, outside Red and Black café (middle of campus).

Top-up students

If you’re a new student joining Hartpury for the first time:

  • Arrive on Wednesday 18 September, 10am in the Mark Davison Centre (room MDC4)

All top-up students (new and progressing)
Arrive on Friday 20 September for your Academic Induction in the Equine Centre:

  • BSc (Hons) Equine Management – 9.30am (room EQ12)
  • BSc (Hons) Animal Management – 9.30am (room EQ10)
  • BSc (Hons) Sports Studies – 10.30am (room EQ10)

Postgraduate students
Your enrolment is on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 September, 9am - 5pm in Hartpury House.

During Welcome Week, you'll complete your registration, receive your student ID card and timetable, meet our finance and support teams (don't forget to bring your letter from the Student Loans Company!) and take part in wellbeing sessions. Packed full of events and activities, you'll make new friends and start to feel at home in no time.

You might like to take a look at your academic timetable for 2019/20. See what your time at Hartpury looks like and start planning ahead.

Important documents

Please make sure you bring the following with you:

  • Photo ID - this could be a valid passport, national identity card, or EU photo driving licence. You'll need this to collect your Student ID.

If you don't have photo ID, please contact admissions@hartpury.ac.uk

Other documents you should bring with you include:

  • Bank details, cards, chequebook and paying in book
  • National Insurance Number (if applicable)
  • NHS card (if applicable)
  • Details of your student finance arrangements (if applicable)

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).

All students

You'll need to make sure you have the essentials for your studies. We recommend that you have access to a laptop, but we do have computers that you can use. To save you from splashing out on software, we provide the latest version of the full Microsoft Office productivity suite, free of charge.

Here are some guidelines of what to bring with you:

  • Hard drive
  • USB sticks
  • Ethernet cable
  • Notebook
  • Diary
  • Pens
  • Wall planner
  • Folder / files
  • Bag / rucksack
  • Books

Freshers' Week

Your Freshers’ Week runs at the same time as your Welcome Week to provide the social side of your enrolment. It’s a great way to meet your new friends and get to know our beautiful campus.

Our Students' Union (SU) will organise a packed schedule of events and activities for you and your news friends to get involved in.

Last year, we kicked off Freshers' Week with a big House Party. Live music, drinks deals and friendly staff provided the perfect opportunity for students to start to make friends and settle in.

From themed parties to a pub crawl through Gloucester - Wednesday night is student night - there was plenty going on. Take a look at last year's guide below for a flavour of what you've got to look forward to. We'll send your guide in August, so you can be ready for one of the biggest weeks of the year. 

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