Getting Logged In

It's important to get yourself registered with the University ready for your studied to begin. You will be able to do this once you have recieved your email from the University over the coming weeks in regards to s3p/your student login. Once you have registered officially via s3p, a login account will be auto-generated for you so that you can log into the NUSU website (after which you can then sign up to events, and join clubs/societies). Please note that you will not be able to login anywhere with your account until 48 hours after completng your registration via the Student Self Service Portal (S3P).

Due to ongoing issues with s3p, you will not be able to access the system for the time being. We are working hard to ensure that this will not affect your ability to sign up for welcome events and activities in the coming weeks.

Register with S3P


Access Induction Programme

Once you have registered via the Student Self Service Portal (S3P) and waited 48hours, you are all set to access your Induction Programme when they go live on 'Canvas' (the new online learning platform for students at Newcastle). Depending on your student group, the programmes will go live at different time; UG Stage 1 - Sept 21st, UG Returning - Oct 5th, PGT Students - Oct 5th, and PGR Students - Sept 21st. You will just need to login using your new student email address.

Login to Canvas


Stay Updated with Covid Situation at the University

The University is closely monitoring the ongoing coronavirus situation. You should use these webpages to find guidance on our response, as well as what the ongoing situation means for you as a current student. You can also expect to receive fortnightly communications from the Academic Registrar on discussions and decisions taken as well as any update on the evolving situation.

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Register with a GP

It's very important that you register with a GP practice in Newcastle as soon as possible, if you're coming to live and study here. Once registered your new GP practice can get hold of your medical history as soon as possible, send information to you on relevant health issues, pick up on any ongoing medical problems, and sort out any prescriptions you will need to request. As well as this, and probably most importantly, it will be the place you know to go to when you're ill, and the place they know about you! All Newcastle Students residing in Newcastle and Gateshead can now register with a GP online, those living outside of this locality can register via the NHS National Website

Register Online


Register to Vote

Make sure you are registered to vote in Newcastle. Who knows when the next general election will be called... Students are able to register to vote at both their home and term-time addresses. If your home and uni address are in two different local authority areas, you can vote in local elections at both. Your vote matters, don't lose it. You can register to vote here

Register Online


Top 10 Places to Eat, Drink, and Explore

From thousands of recommendations from our students and alumni, we present our Top 10 lists of places to eat, drink, and explore in Newcastle.

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