SurreyLearn is the University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a secure online environment which can be used in a wide variety of ways to enhance learning and teaching. Typically it is used to provide easy access to up to date and relevant learning materials, module and programme information and guidance, supplemented by activities such as discussion forums, quizzes or tests, and online assignments.

Access SurreyLearn

Access SurreyLearn

Staff and students can access SurreyLearn using their University ID and password.

External users, such as NHS mentors, visiting lecturers, external examiners etc., can also get access to SurreyLearn by requesting a Miscellaneous User Account from IT.

Software and internet requirements

You will need an internet connection and a PC / Mac to access SurreyLearn. You can also access a mobile version of SurreyLearn from devices such as iPads, Android phones and iPhones.

Up-to-date versions of operating systems and browsers should normally have the right specifications and settings. If you are not sure you can run a SurreyLearn system check from the login page. If you are using older versions of operating systems or browsers you can also check the minimum system requirements.

Help and guidance

All staff and students are enrolled in their own help and guidance area within SurreyLearn:

  • Area for students offers a range of guides for using SurreyLearn tools and includes useful tips, for example, checking your work in Turnitin.
  • Area for staff provides getting started guides, step-by-step tutorials, good practice guides, information on workshops and general TEL help.


A range of training and development for SurreyLearn is available, including online self-paced courses and workshops.

Support queries

For all other enquiries about SurreyLearn please contact:

Your request will then be handled by the appropriate person within your faculty or IT services. You can also find contact details for specific TEL team members on our people page.

Contact us

Find us

Department of Technology Enhanced Learning
Cathedral Education Centre
University of Surrey