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Resumption of Study Following a Temporary Withdrawal

Approximately eight weeks prior to your expected return to study date, a standard reminder email will be sent to you.

If the University has not received a resumption request two weeks before your expected return to study date, a second reminder email will be sent to you.

A student who has been temporarily withdrawn from their studies must notify Student Records and their department of the intention to return using Student Records Requests in Student Records Online.

Once the resumption request has been processed, the student is required to re-enrol with the University, following the end of the period of withdrawal, using Student Records Online.

If the temporary withdrawal was granted for medical reasons:-A satisfactory medical note or letter from an appropriate practitioner is required. You should ask your doctor/medical professional to address the following in his/her note
a) your current condition,
b) your prognosis, and
c) confirmation that the proposed return to study date is satisfactory.You should attach this medical note/letter to your resumption request using Student Records Requests.

You will only be able to re-enrol once your medical note/letter has been deemed satisfactory.

If the temporarily withdrawal was as a result of the Fees Committee:-

You must contact Student Finance who will confirm payment and notify Student Records.

If you have not confirmed your return to study by the expected return to study date, then the procedure for non-attendance (Regulation 36) will be initiated.