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If access is required for an external visitor (e.g an external examiner, your Departmental Administrator or Computer Rep will need to register them and create a temporary account using the Services SystemThis will provide them with a UCL user ID and password, plus a UCL email address. They will need to login to UCL Moodle and accept our T&C's.  Once they have done this, they will appear in the list of potential users and can be manually enroled into any role by a Tutor or Course Administrator.  For external examiners requiring access to student submissions, we recommend enrolling them as a Non-editing tutor.

titleFurther help

Further information on Enrolments is available from moodledocs, however, we recommend you read the UCL guidance first, as we have custom enrolment methods available that are specific to UCL Moodle.

If you find any inaccurate or missing information you can even update this yourself (it's a communal wiki).

If you have a specific question about the tool please contact the Digital Education team.


The Enrolment methods page will show you a summary of the different methods enabled, and the number of users enrolled currently through each method. If the method is greyed out, it is not active.

How do I download a a list of course participants?

  1. Login to your Moodle course
  2. Navigate to the course for which you would like to download the participants
  3. In the Administration block, click Users to open a sub-menu
  4. In the sub-menu, click Enrolled users
  5. Mark some participants
  6. Activate the "With selected users..." → "Download table data" → "as comma separated values (.csv)"  menu option


Enrolment FAQs are available from moodledocs. Please note that UCL does not currently use cohorts and that Portico enrolments are a custom development specific only to UCL, that will therefore not be described on Moodledocs.