Where to Find Your Registration & Course Information

In the run-up to starting university, you need to make sure you have registered and have all the information you need. Please find below all the information links, and if you have any queries or issues, please click the chat in the right-hand corner of the University of Bedfordshire website.  


This year some students will be able to do remote registration (online), and some courses require face-to-face registration (Nursing, Social Work and Teaching courses). To find out how to register, please click the button below. 

Course Inductions

To find out when your course induction is, please click on of the following buttons that relate to you.



Reading Lists

To find out what books you are going to need for your course, please click the button below and type in your course or unit name. 

International Students Guide

If you are an international student, please click the button below for all the information you need about getting to campus and life at the University of Bedfordshire. 

Free On-Campus Wi-Fi: Connect to Eduroam

The University of Bedfordshire uses the Eduroam Wi-Fi service. Once you have connected to our network, you can gain access to free Wi-Fi at other Universities that also use Eduroam.

Get Connected

Find instructions on how to get connected at the University of Bedfordshire. 

Our networks in London and Birmingham are slightly different. Here you will need to visit the Student Information Desk on campus to obtain a Wi-Fi password.

If you have any issues with connecting, please seek support from the Student Information Desk.

Find My Campus: Addresses for University of Bedfordshire Sites

The University of Bedfordshire’s reach spreads far beyond the borders of Bedfordshire. In fact, as strange as it may seem, a majority of our campus centres are outside Bedfordshire.

This year, the University is aiming to provide some in-person lectures on some campuses, so it will be useful to make a note of your campus centre now in case you need to go in.

University of Bedfordshire Campus Addresses

Below, you’ll find the addresses of the University of Bedfordshire’s campus centres, along with a link that’ll take you directly to Google Maps. Here, you’ll be able to save the location for your future reference.

Luton Campus

Address: Vicarage St, Luton LU1 3JU
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Bedford Campus

Address: Polhill Avenue, Bedford MK41 9EA
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Milton Keynes Campus

Milton Keynes campus is in the process of moving. We are in the process of confirming the new address that is shown below.

Address: Exchange House, Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 2UB
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Aylesbury Campus

Address: Mandeville Rd, Aylesbury HP21 8AL
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LSC London (University of Bedfordshire)

Address: Chaucer House, White Hart Yard, London SE1 1NX
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LSC Birmingham (University of Bedfordshire)

Address: McLaren Building, 17th Floor, 46 Priory Queensway, Birmingham B4 7LR
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Putteridge Bury

Address: Hitchin Rd, Luton LU2 8LE
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Emil Dale

Address: 60 Wilbury Way, Hitchin SG4 0TA
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Arthur Mellows Village College

Address: Helpston Rd, Peterborough PE6 7JX
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The Student Voice at University of Bedfordshire

Listening to the Student Voice is vital in developing and improving the experience we offer our students both now and in the future. We need to learn from students and listen and respond to your views to ensure that we maintain a high-quality student experience. 

How does it work?

The University and Beds SU gathers the Student Voice through multiple mechanisms. The feedback from different sources help us understand the student experience and to prioritise where our actions should be made when seeking to develop new initiatives and make enhancements to current services and provision. 

So what do I need to do?

Make sure your voice is heard! Take every chance to give feedback on your course and University services. This could mean sending a thank-you email, completing a quick survey, making a nomination for the University or SU Awards, or becoming an Academic Representative for your course. There are so many different ways you can get involved.

Share your Student Voice

Click here for more information on how to share your Student Voice at Beds.

Student Information Desk – Accessible 24/7

The Student Information Desk – known as SiD – is available to help all students with any queries. If the SiD Team are not able to resolve your enquiry, they will know exactly who can!

SiD is available to help all students with any queries

How to get in touch

As a first step, take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions on the SiD website, as there might be a simple and immediate answer to your enquiry.

If you can’t find the answer, log an enquiry and it will be sent straight through to the team. You can find out more about the services SiD offers on our website.

You can also contact the Student Information Desk directly by phone (from within the UK) on: 

0300 300 0042

If you prefer to email your enquiry, you can contact the team based at your campus using the following addresses:

Luton, Bedford & Aylesbury

Birmingham Campus

Milton Keynes Campus

The SiD Team aim to respond within two working days, but please bear in mind it can take a little longer at peak times of the year. 

Updated: Your Course Induction – How It’s Going To Work This Year

We know that our ‘Welcome Week’ will look a little different this year, however we are working hard to plan a full induction to university life and we’ll make sure that you really feel part of our community as you begin your studies with us.

All new students will have course induction activities during the week commencing 21st September, which will give you the chance to meet your teaching team and key members of staff as well as the fellow students on your course.

It is really important you join in with the course induction to help you to understand and really engage with all the online and on campus learning opportunities available to you.

How to find out about your induction

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with login details for BREO and all other University systems. If you need help with accessing BREO, please take a look here.

BREO is an essential system you will use during your studies, to find information about your course and assessments and to communicate with your lecturers. We are working to upgrade BREO over the summer to improve the online learning experience and look forward to sharing more information with you as this progresses.

Whilst the majority of your course induction will be online via BREO, we are also pleased to provide the opportunity for you to meet your course team and fellow students in small, safe groups.

Please find your on-campus induction details below:

You MUST log into BREO to check what time you should arrive on campus.

Help us get to know you in our ‘Starting Uni Survey’

We want to understand how you are feeling about starting your studies and get you thinking about your strengths and the skills you would like to develop further as you start on this new and exciting journey.

Please take 5 minutes to complete our survey. We will look at the responses at the end of August and see what other support and advice we can give you to help you settle into university life. The survey will stay open until the end of September so we can gather as much feedback as possible before term starts.

We are offering three lucky students the chance to win £25 Amazon vouchers, just leave your name and email address at the end of the survey.

We will analyse and report the responses confidentially, which means no one except the survey administrator will see your name against the results (unless you have specifically agreed for us to share this data within the University to enhance the support we can offer you).

The University and Beds Students Union regularly ask for student feedback in the form of surveys, focus groups and other channels like ‘Tell Us’ and the ‘Digital Rep’ that are always accessible. Collectively, this feedback forms the ‘Student Voice’ and it helps us to shape our services to meet your needs.

Ready to get started?

Click the button to start completing the ‘Starting Uni Survey’.

Your Library: Discover a Wealth of Information Resources

You’ll find a wealth of online information resources provided by the University of Bedfordshire Library for when you are studying remotely. Your reading lists will guide you to what your tutors suggest you read, but there is a lot more out there, both in the library collection and elsewhere.  

To help guide you through the library collection, you can read the Subject Guide for your course.

Search the Library Collection

The resource discovery tool (called DISCOVER) will open up the library collection for you and lead you into finding ebooks and journal articles to supplement your reading list recommendations.

You’ll learn how to use all of these tools and resources as part of your course. Additionally, you’ll be introduced to the Study Hub teams who will be available to support you in finding and using information.

Are you a student at the London School of Commerce?

If you’re studying at the London School of Commerce, we have specific information for you on how you can access Library resources.

Come and visit us

When you do visit the campus where your course is being taught, come and see the library.  You’ll find PC’s, printers and study spaces that provide both group work and silent areas. There are also printed versions of your textbooks and staff on-hand to help you find what you’re looking for.

Find out more

The Library homepage (LRWeb) explains all the services and resources the Library has to offer you throughout your time at the University.  You’ll find information on opening hours, how to use the library, where to get help and guidance, who can help you develop essential study skills and tackle IT problems.

The following links will help you to get ready for using the library: