The Validity of Regulations, Policies and Procedures
These Regulations, Policies and Procedures apply to all taught programmes and to all students registered for modules on those programmes for the academic year 2016/2017, and until further notice. Parts J and K are also relevant to Research students.
Any change to a University regulation must be approved by Academic Board. Occasionally a programme may require a variation from a University regulation, perhaps to meet the requirements of a professional body. In such a case, the required variation must be specifically approved in accordance with the validation procedures agreed by Academic Board, and will be recorded in the Programme Validation Document (Programme Specification) and the Programme Handbook.
Any changes to or variations of regulations normally occur at the start of an academic year. Exceptionally, however, it may be necessary to introduce a change during the year. If this happens students affected by the proposed change will be consulted, and Academic Board will satisfy itself that students will not be disadvantaged by the change.
In the event of a change of regulations during the academic year, this document will not be re-issued, but the University web site will be updated, and the date of the change will be noted.
- Awards of the University
- Credit Framework 2016
- Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
- Enrolment and Registration
- Student participation
- Assessment regulations for undergraduate programmes
- Assessment regulations for postgraduate programmes
- Exam room regulations
- Exceptional Extenuating Circumstances (EEC)
- Academic Offences
- Academic Appeals
- Student code of conduct
- Student Entitlement and Responsibilities for FE
- Student Entitlement and Responsibilities for HE
- Complaints procedure
- Disciplinary procedure
- Grievance Procedure
- Translation policy
- Admissions policy
- Programme management
- Internal Moderation
- External Examiners for Taught Programmes
- Professional conduct and professional suitability
- Undergraduate Assessment Boards and UABEC
- Postgraduate Assessment Boards
- Effective Student Feedback