When to collect your BRP from the University of Kent

Canterbury Campus

If you selected to collect your BRP from the Canterbury Campus, you can collect your BRP at the times and locations detailed below

Date Time Location
Before Wednesday 12 September 9:30 – 16:30 Student Reception, Registry
Wednesday 12 September

Thursday 13 September and

Friday 14 September

  NO COLLECTION
Saturday 15 September 9:00 – 18:00 Sports Centre, Main Sports Hall
Sunday 16 September 9:00 – 17:00 Sports Centre, Main Sports Hall
Monday 17 September – 20 Thursday September (inclusive) 9:00 – 16:30 Sports Centre, Main Sports Hall
Friday 21 September 9:00 – 14:00 Sports Centre, Main Sports Hall
From Monday 24 September onwards 9:30 – 16:30 Student Reception, Registry
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Immigration Health Surcharge portal issues

UPDATE: 24.08.2018 – The issue has now been resolved.

 

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CAS issuing deadline for continuing students

Please note that the Student Immigration Compliance Team’s latest date of CAS issuing for continuing students will be 24.08.2018. Continuing students should ensure they have provided all the required documentation in advance of this date.

For existing students who require a CAS to return in September 2018 and who are re-sitting in August, the final date of CAS issuing will be 07.09.2018.

If you are a new student, please contact admissionscas@kent.ac.uk

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New information for students subject to curtailment action

The Home Office has recently provided some clarification on how curtailment action affects students who have left their course early (this includes early successful completion, intermissions, withdrawals, deferrals etc).

We have summarised this information in a flowchart and our FAQs page.

If you require any advice in relation to the issues raised by this information, please contact our colleagues at Kent Union Advice Centre, as they are able to provide immigration advice.

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University’s ACL code for dependants?

We kindly ask that you do not use the University’s ACL code for any dependants.

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Collect your BRP from the University of Kent by using our ACL code

You may collect your BRP card from the University of Kent by using the University’s Alternative Collection Location code (ACL code) when completing your visa application form. You may choose to collect your BRP from the Local Post Office Branch. Whichever option you choose, you must collect your BRP card within 10 days of arriving to the UK.

The ACL code for the Canterbury Campus is 2HE362 / The ACL code for the Medway Campus is 2HE367

We kindly ask that you do not use the University’s ACL code for any dependants.

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Need help with your Tier 4 CAS application?

Check out our video here!

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Visa for Resitting exams

You must hold suitable immigration permission which permits study in order to sit an examination, even if you are only entering the UK for a short period of time. The type of visa you will require is a Short Term Student Visa  This visa category is suitable for those student entering the UK for a short period of time to re-sit an examination (or examinations).

As soon as you return to the UK please present your new immigration permission (your Short Term Student Visa)at the student Registry Reception prior to taking any exams.

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Beware of scams targeting international students

If you receive an unexpected email, phone call or letter from someone claiming to be from the Home Office, be careful, as it may be a scam. The Home Office has issued new guidance on how to protect yourself from tricks and scams.

Some students have been tricked into paying large sums of money to fraudsters. If you think you might have been contacted by a fraudster, please contact Kent Union Advice Centre.

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INDUSTRIAL ACTION – STUDENT INFORMATION

If you would like to find out more about the strike which is ongoing please see the FAQ page here.

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