University Regulations, Policies & Procedures
This page contains the regulations, policies and procedures, including the Common Credit Framework which underpin the governance and management of all courses offered by the University.
Enrolment on to a University course is conditional upon students agreeing to familiarise themselves and complying with all University regulations and policies as listed on this page.
Handbook of Academic Regulations
All key changes to the handbook are detailed within the schedule of changes (PDF).
Part 1 Context
Part 2 Admissions Regulations for Taught Courses
Part 3 Assessment Regulations for Taught Courses
Part 4 Assessment Boards for Taught Courses
Part 5 Module Framework for Taught Courses
Part 6 Conferment for Taught Courses
Part 7 Definitions
Part 8 Appendices
Student Code of Conduct
Student Disciplinary Regulations
The Student Code of Conduct sets out the University's expectations in relation to behaviour on site. All students must familiarise themselves with this code of conduct.
Any breach of the Student Code of Conduct may be treated as a disciplinary matter, under the University's Student Disciplinary Procedure.
Fitness to Study Procedure
Where a student’s behaviour is recognised as the result of issues relating to the student's health or well-being, the Fitness to Study Procedure (PDF) may be used as an alternative to disciplinary procedures.
Fitness for Registration and Practice Regulations
The University has a particular responsibility in respect of students who are following a programme of study leading to a professional qualification which is registrable with a professional, or statutory or regulatory body, and where such registration is a pre-requisite to practise that profession.
The Fitness for Registration and Practice Regulations may be used where:
(a) the student has been found guilty of academic misconduct under the University’s Academic Misconduct regulations or a disciplinary offence under the University’s Student Disciplinary regulations; or
(b) the student demonstrates behaviour and/or health issues which do not constitute misconduct under the terms of the University’s Academic Misconduct or Student Disciplinary regulations, but raise issues of their fitness for registration and practise; and,
(c) there is a legal obligation to inform the professional, statutory or regulatory body about the matters covered by (a) and (b), or in the judgment of the Vice-Chancellor it would be in the public interest to do so.
Please refer to the Fitness Registration and Practice Regulations (PDF) for full details.