Tier 4 check-ins

Tier 4 check-ins

Your status at the University of Glasgow will be monitored at two re-registration check-ins during the academic year. This is in addition to attendance/engagement on your programme of study, which is monitored by your school or college.

Why is this necessary?

To remain compliant with the UK immigration rules for Tier 4 sponsors, the University is required to undertake two checkpoints during any rolling 12 month period, at which time the attendance of all Tier 4-sponsored students is recorded. The Check-ins always take place at the start of each semester. We also use Check-ins to record any changes to your visa information and/or contact details (it is a legal requirement for universities to keep this information updated and on record).

At the Check-in, you will need to present your passport, BRP (if you have one) and Campus Card.

If you do not have your passport or BRP, you will still attend the check-in, showing documentation proving why you do not have them. For example, if you have submitted them with a visa application, bring evidence of submission of your application (eg. posting receipt/document checklist) and/or any correspondence you have received from UKVI in conjunction with the application.

The 2017/18 check-in schedule is:

 Returning Students*All Tier 4 StudentsPGT Students Only
October 2017 X    
January 2018   X  
June 2018     X

* Returning = students returning for the next year of their programme

Tier 4 Check-in 1, October 2017 (Returning students*)

VenueRoomDatesTimes
Main Campus McMillan Reading Room Monday 2nd October - Friday 6th October 9am to 4.30pm
Dumfries Campus

School Office, Rutherford/McCowan Building

Monday 2nd October - Friday 6th October 10am to 4pm
Dental School** School Office, Level 6 Monday 2nd October - Friday 6th October 10am to 4pm
Garscube Campus Dumgoyne Room, McCall Building - School of Veterinary Medicine Tuesday 3rd October 9.30am to 1pm
SUERC Scottish Enterprise Technology Park, East Kilbride Monday 2nd October - Friday 6th October Confirm with your supervisor

Returning = students continuing on the same programme e.g. 2nd year UG, PhD etc

** Please note that only Dental students can attend at the Dental School.


Tier 4 Check-in 2, January 2018 (all students)

VenueRoomDates*Times
Main Campus McMillan Reading Room Tuesday 9th January - Friday 19th January 08:30 to 16:30
Dumfries Campus

School Office, Rutherford/McCowan Building

Monday 8th January - Friday 19th January 10:00 to 16:00
Dental School** Room H4, Level 6, Dental School Monday 8th January - Friday 19th January 10:00 to 16:00
Garscube Campus Tutorial Room B1, Mary Stewart Building*** Tuesday 16th January 09:30 - 12:30
SUERC Scottish Enterprise Technology Park, East Kilbride Monday 8th January - Friday 19th January Confirm with your supervisor

 

* Please note that the check-in is only open on weekdays

** Please note that only Dental students can attend at the Dental School.

*** Please note that this is a different location to the one previously advertised.


Tier 4 Check-in 3, June 2018 (PGT students only)

VenueRoomDates*Times
Main Campus McMillan Reading Room

Monday 4th June
Monday 11th June
Thursday 21st June
Monday 25th June

08:30 to 16:30

*Please note that this check-in (for students on postgraduate taught courses only) will take place on four separate days throughout June. You only need to attend on one of these days.


Attendance

If you cannot attend:

If you are undertaking study away from the University, or are on an approved absence from your studies, you will be asked to provide further details on this in response to the official notification email you receive about the Check-in. We will verify this absence with your school/college and you will be excused from attending the Check-in.

If you do not attend:

If you do not have valid reason for not-attending during the check-in period, or Registry cannot verify your reason, you will be marked as absent and your school/college will be notified.

Your attendance at previous Check-ins, as well as your general engagement/attendance on your programme of study will be assessed to determine:

  • whether you are still present and engaged with you studies,
  • if you still have valid permission to study in the UK, or
  • whether you should be withdrawn from your program of study.

If you are withdrawn, the University is required to notify UK Visas & Immigration who will curtail your Tier 4 visa.