Students will be contacted by us when they are expected to complete the DBS application process as information is provided directly to us via Admissions or the Learning and Teaching Service (LTS).
Courses where Enhanced DBS Disclosure is required
|Adult Nursing||Midwifery||PGCE Primary|
|Children's Nursing||Shortened Midwifery Course||PGCE Secondary|
|Mental Health Nursing||Return to Practice Midwifery||PGCE Schools Direct|
|Learning Disabilities Nursing||Operating Department Practice||Physical Education|
|Return to Practice Nursing||Paramedic Science||Education (BA / MA)|
|Medicine / with Foundation Year||Postgraduate Research||PhD in Educational Psychology|
|Physiotherapy (BS / MSc)||Physician Associate Studies (MSc)||Counseling (PG Dip / MA)|
|Occupational Therapy (BSc / MSc)||Clinical Psychology||Pharmacy (Mpharm)|
|Speech and Language Therapy||Social Work (BA / MA)|
The DBS check costs £44. To pay for your check online, please visit the UEA Store.
Please feel free to contact us should you have any queries. Our staff all have access to a central email address, where we will aim to answer any queries as quickly as possible.
Should you prefer, you can also call us:
Phone: +44 (0) 1603 592727
You can also pop in and see us, Mon-Fri, 09:30 – 16:30. We are based in the Student Support Centre on campus, opposite the top floor of Waterstones and near to the Library.
Should you need to send anything to us through the post, then please send it to the following address:
Student Disclosure Service
Student Support Centre
University of East Anglia
Please note: All Staff and Student Ambassador DBS Disclosures are carried out by Human Resources (HRD) who can be contacted via email at email@example.com.
Overseas Police Checks
Whilst all students of the relevant courses are expected to complete a DBS Check, any student who has resided outside of the UK for any continuous period of 6 months or more within the last 5 years, will also need to apply for an Overseas Police Check for that country.
Occasionally, overseas police checks are not available in English – and, in that case, a notarised translation must also accompany the police check provided.
The DBS has provided Guidance Notes about how to obtain Overseas Police Checks, which should be an applicant’s first point of reference. These can be found on the government's DBS guidance page.