Enrolment and Re-enrolment New students: The University requires new students to arrive, enrol in person and attend by week 2 of the semester in which they are due to start. Students who do not meet that deadline will need to defer their place at the University. Where a student fails to enrol by the deadline set, they will be withdrawn and reported to the UKVI within 10 working days. Continuing students: The University requires students to complete the re-enrolment process once per year. This process is to be completed by students via their Personal Information Portal (PIP). Where a student does not complete their re-enrolment by the end of week 4, this will be flagged as unapproved temporary withdrawal to be investigated by the University’s Immigration compliance officer or PBS administrator. Students whose unapproved withdrawal is not resolved at this point will then be withdrawn from the course and this exclusion reported to the UKVI within 10 working days. Registers Students on Oxford Brookes International (OBI) courses; University English (MC22/BH13), International Foundation Diploma (IFD), Foundation Diploma for Liberal Arts (FDLA), Pre-Masters programmes and the International Summer School, will have their attendance monitored via class registers. Registers will be taken daily by the lecturers and attendance will be monitored by the specific Student Support Coordinators and/or Subject Coordinators in OBI. Where a student has missed more than 3 consecutive or 6 individual classes, the Student Support Coordinator and/or Subject Coordinator will phone and send a letter to the student to outline concerns, and to alert them of their attendance responsibilities in accordance with the rules and regulations of their Tier 4 visa. If the student remains absent and does not respond to requests, the matter will be referred to the Student Support and Office Manager who will investigate and if necessary refer the matter to the Immigration Compliance Officer to report the student. Where a student misses 10 individual classes / contact points or more in a semester without a valid reason, the Immigration Compliance Officer will exclude the student and notify the UKVI of non-attendance. The ‘Tier 4 student check-in process’ Students studying on a Tier 4 visa are required to complete the check-in process in both semesters 1 and 2 each academic year. Students holding a Tier 4 visa will be contacted via email and informed of the week in which the check-in can be completed in the given semester. The check-in will normally take place in either week 6 or 7 and students will be given a range of locations where it can be completed. Students who miss their check-in will be contacted by the University’s Immigration Compliance Officer and given 1 week within which to complete the check-in. If it has not been completed after that week has passed, the students account will be blocked and as a consequence access to specific facilities withdrawn. The student and relevant staff members (E.G. Course Administrators & Student Support Coordinators) will then be contacted and given a one week deadline by which to resolve the situation. If the student has still not completed the check-in after that deadline has passed, the student will be excluded and given 10 working days to resolve the situation. If on the tenth working day the student has not completed the check-in, the student’s exclusion will be permanent and a report will be sent to the UKVI by the University’s Immigration Compliance Officer on that same day.