Not being allowed to progress

Undergraduate students

Re-registration each session depends on your making satisfactory progress in the preceding year by meeting the conditions set out in the progression rules specified for your degree.

You will be expected to have completed all the requirements for your year's programme of study within that year. If you have been given permission to interrupt your registration, you will normally be required to return within a year of the interruption.

You would be expected to sit examinations at the next possible opportunity.

Regulatory document




Graduate students

All graduate students are assigned a supervisor, who is a member of the School's teaching staff. Your supervisor is your academic guide at the School.

The following set out what you can reasonably expect from your supervisor and contain details of regular progress reviews.

Research students should refer to the section on Research Programmes.

Regulatory document




 

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