The credit requirements for progression to the next year/level of an undergraduate degree programme and maximum period of study allowed are indicated in the General Regulations for First Degrees and any relevant Supplementary Regulations as published in the University Calendar.
Following the first half-session examinations, Registry contacts all undergraduates who are considered to be potentially “At Risk” of failing to satisfy the end of year progress requirements as a consequence of their first half-session performance and advises of action to be taken. Registry also contacts students who are “At Risk” of failing to satisfy the progress requirements following the May exam diet, advising that their case will be considered by the Students’ Progress Committee if they do not meet progress requirements at the summer resit examination diet.
Undergraduate students wishing to appeal a recommendation of termination of studies may submit an application to the Students’ Progress Committee.
- Policy on Undergraduate Student Progress
- Guidance Notes on Undergraduate Student Progress
- Students' Progress Committees: Remit and Composition
- Procedures for Determining Progression and Award in Postgraduate Taught Programmes of Study (GPA)
- Procedures for Determining Progression and Award in Postgraduate Taught Programmes of Study (Grade Spectrum)
- Postgraduate Research student progress is monitored formally through submission of bi-annual monthly Postgraduate Assessment Forms
- Postgraduate Structured Management Frameworks
- Thesis Submission and associated Reports & Forms
The regulations for postgraduate study provide for the Senate to terminate a person’s candidature provided that it is satisfied that there is sufficient reason for doing so. The postgraduate Codes of Practice below detail the procedures to be followed by students who wish to appeal against any recommendation for termination of studies.