Requesting a Letter
Types of letter
|Certificate of registration||
This confirms your status as a student for the current academic year, and can be used for:
|Bank letter||Providing we have a record of both your 'term-time' and 'home' address we can produce a letter that will allow you to open a UK bank account. Please specify which bank you wish to open an account with.|
|Schengen visa letter||If you are a non-EU student travelling in Europe you can request a Schengen visa letter. Please specify your travel destination. (If you are planning on visiting France or Spain the letter may take up to five working days to produce).|
|Fees letter||This letter lists your paid/outstanding fees can be requested from the Cashier's Office.|
Once you have successfully completed your course we can produce a letter that verifies your qualification. This letter can be used for:
If you are an international full-time student with a student visa that will expire before your course finishes then you may be eligible to apply for a CAS number. This will enable you to apply to the Home Office to renew your visa.
Please note that you should submit your application for a CAS number no later than one month before your visa expires.
To order a letter not covered by the categories above request a letter (see below) and describe what type of letter you would like us to produce.
Request a letter
Request a letter by either:
- Completing a letter request form at the reception desk of the Fielding Johnson Building (campus map).
- Emailing the Student Records Office. Include your student number and address in your request.
We cannot take letter requests over the telephone.
Letters are usually available within 24 hours (this may be longer during busy periods).
To obtain your letter you can either:
- Collect your letter from the Fielding Johnson Building reception (campus map). Only you will be able to collect your letter and you must present your student card or another form of photo identification. Others will not be able to collect letters on your behalf.
- Request that your letter is posted to you.