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Finalists: Actions for your IT accounts

On completion or termination of your studies, your IT user account will enter a 30-day expiry period – there are actions that need to be taken before it expires.

During this time, you will still have access to email, Office 365, Learn and your OneDrive for Business account.

Make sure you have backed up all of your documents

Any documents stored on your OneDrive student account, Learn or email account should be backed up to avoid losing them.

Update your contact details

Any contacts or documents that quote your University email address should be changed to your personal email address, including CV and job applications.

Any online accounts that are registered with your University email address should be updated to your personal email.

Refund your print credits

In light of the current COVID-19 crisis, finalist students will be refunded print credits of a value of £5 or over. This will be automatically refunded and your print credit accounts will be closed after it has been processed.

All payments are made by electronic transfer to a UK bank account nominated by you. It is imperative you enter your personal UK bank details onto the system via student self-service on Learn.

This can be accessed with your student login, under ‘Student Resources’ click the ‘Maintain Student Bank Details’ option. You must update these bank account details before 30 June 2020.

Information on Personal Best

Some access to the Personal Best web application will be available after completion of your studies.

However, to gain access students must have logged in before their IT account expires. You will be prompted to do this via email.

Remember to take a look at the dedicated finalists website to ensure you have completed everything you need to do before finishing your degree.