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University Policies and Regulations

Handbook Contents

1 General Information
2 Course Regulations and Progression
3 Module Selection and Course Transfers
4 Teaching, Learning and Study
5 Examinations and Assessment
6 Pastoral Care and Support
7 Student Voice
8 Careers and Personal Development
9 University Information

9.1 University Policies and Regulations

Feedback and Complaints

We want you to be able to let us know when things are going well or there is something that you particularly like, but also if there is a problem that you don’t feel you can resolve yourself. As part of this, we have a Student Feedback and Complaints Resolution Pathway and actively encourage feedback on all aspects of the student experience. While we are committed to providing high quality services to all our students throughout their University experience, if there is something that goes wrong and you want assistance to resolve, we have an accessible and clear procedure which you can use to make a complaint (

Health, Safety and Wellbeing Policy Statement:

Smoking Policy:

Anti Bribery Policy

Regulation 36; Regulations Governing Student Registration, Attendance and Progress

Study Hours Statement:

Policy on Recording Lectures:

Regulation 31; Regulations governing the use of University Computing Facilities:

University assessment strategy:

Policy on the Timing of the Provision of Feedback to Students on Assessed Work:

Moderation guidance:

Regulation 10; Examination Regulations:

Regulation 11; Procedure to be Adopted in the Event of Suspected Cheating in a University Test:

Regulation 23; Student Disciplinary Offences:

Regulation 8; Regulations for First Degrees: and

Regulation 12; Absence for Medical Reasons from a University Examination for First Degrees:

Undergraduate Degree Classification Rules:

Harmonised First Year Board of Examiners’ Conventions

(including any approved exemptions and specific departmental requirements):

Undergraduate Progression Requirements for Intermediate Years of Study: