Returning Students

Welcome back!

There are a few things that you’ll need to start preparing ready for your arrival. As you prepare for the next year of your course, please look through our joining instructions which will guide you through the re-enrolment process.

You can download your complete Bucks Welcome guide here.

As you prepare for the start of your course, please look through our Joining Instructions to find information on enrolment, your first day, interesting information, key dates and much more.

  1. if you're a student starting the second year of a course, please follow this link to view your instructions
  2. if you're a student starting  the final year of a course, please follow this link to view your instructions.

It is important that if required you reapply for funding as early as possible to make sure you have finance in place for the start of the term.

If you receive an enrolment form in the post please complete it and return it along with information relating to the payment of your tuition fees. Students funding their own course must ensure the first instalment is paid by the first day of term. Some students may need to attend an enrolment session and will be contacted by their faculty.

Please contact should you have any questions regarding your enrolment.

Our accommodation service can help with looking for private rentals and halls of residence. If you have any concerns or queries relating to your accommodation, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01494 603063 or email

If you are experiencing course related difficulties, you are strongly advised to seek help as soon as possible from your School Registrar. You can find the name of your School Registrar in your Programme Handbook or by asking your School Admin Office.

You can also contact the Students’ Union Advice Centre who can provide you with independent advice and guidance.

Our student support services can help you maintain your health and wellbeing while studying at Bucks. Our facilities include a Counselling service – offering support for any emotional or personal issue you might be facing, Disability service – inclusive of all long term disabilities including mental health support, and Faith advice and pastoral support through the multi-faith chaplaincy. Everything is completely confidential, and we offer services at both the High Wycombe and Uxbridge Campuses.

Have key library information at your fingertips 24/7. Check opening times, book a study room, check which books you have on loan, access your Digital Reading Lists and find useful contact information on the move. Keep in touch with our social media and see some of the latest books we have bought for you, all in one convenient place.

Download the Library app from the iTunes store

Download the Library app from the Google Play store

Please read the guide for detailed information about how to access and read your Timetable which can be found here.

Please check your timetable regularly for the latest information as the details will be subject to changes both prior to and during the academic year.

For more information, take a look at our frequently asked questions.

If you are having technical issues accessing your timetable please email with this information:

  • name
  • student ID Number (8 digits – which can be found on communications from Admissions or the Student Centre)
  • course you are studying on and your year
  • hardware you are using to access the timetable, i.e. PC/laptop/Mac/iPad/tablet etc.
  • browser you are using.