Your next steps
Check out our guide to the top 10 things you need to know before you arrive on campus.
Welcome Weekend takes place on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September.
Here, you can find out more about the activities you can get involved in alongside your degree and much more.
Campus will come alive with a festival atmosphere, with staff on-hand to answer your questions about starting your DMU journey. You can find out about the support services available to you or discuss employability opportunities. There will be lots of freebies for you to collect too.
De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU) is also hosting a series of events to help welcome you to DMU.
Now you have accepted your offer to study here at DMU, it is time to register. Registration opens on a staggered basis from Monday 21 August. You will receive more information about completing the online pre-registration which then allows us to prepare your timetable and send out your pre-induction which contains useful information for you to know before you arrive on campus.
If you will be living in accommodation provided by DMU, please confirm your arrival date and time in advance with your booked hall of residence.
If you have booked private accommodation, you will need to check your contract start date and contact your provider directly for moving in arrangements.
Don’t forget to follow us on social media to keep up to date with university news and events: @dmuleicester across all channels. You can also join our 2023: Applying to DMU Facebook group before you arrive to connect with other new students.
Your student card will be produced after you have completed pre-registration online. If you are a UK fee paying student, or a DMUIC progressing student, your ID card will be issued around the first week of your studies. If you are an international fee-paying student, you will receive your ID card at your face-to-face registration appointment.
The My DMU app is a personalised portal and mobile app designed to support you while you study. The portal gives you access to up-to-the minute university information and access to a range of key services including LearningZone, Library, and Timetable information. We recommend all students to download the My DMU app as soon as possible.
De Montfort Surgery is located on the DMU campus on Mill Lane. Before you arrive at DMU check you're up to date with all your vaccinations such as Meningitis ACWY, which is recommended and free for all new students under the age of 25, and the Covid-19 vaccine.
After your registration is complete, we will be able to release your course timetable. This usually happens shortly before your first week of lectures. The timetable can be found on My DMU and you will receive an email with full details closer to the time.