In 2016-17, the University moved to cohort legislation. This means that the legislation in place when a student registers on a programme will remain in place throughout their programme. On occasion the University may update this legislation, but will only do so in certain circumstances, often with the express consent of the student cohort. For more details of how this may happen please refer to the guidance on consulting students.
The 2018-19 cohort legislation has been rolled forward from the 2017-18 cohort, without amendment. There are, however, some upcoming updates relating to degree apprenticeships that will mean there are some changes to certain legislation. These changes will be published in due course.
For students who will start their programme of study in 2018-19, the following legislation will apply throughout your degree:
Alternative Modes of Delivery
- For additional guidance on Student Grievances please see:
Extension to Study Periods
Health, Wellbeing and Fitness to Study
Taught programmes and modules
Should you have any queries relating to the University's legislation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org