Where to find out more about University regulations, policies and procedures.
A list of University Codes of Practice, Guidelines, Policies and Regulations is available from Academic Services.
If you need help or advice with any issues contact the EUSA Advice Place.
You are expected to be familiar with the regulations which apply to your programme of study.
These are set out in the Degree Regulations and Programmes of Study.
You should also be familiar with the assessment regulations which apply to you.
The assessment regulations set minimum requirements and standards for students and staff.
These include guidance on feedback standards and pastoral support, email communication, special circumstances and our smoking policy.
Students must adhere to the University's Code of Discipline.
The University has specific processes for dealing with instances of Academic Misconduct, including plagiarism and cheating.
These regulations govern the use of all library, computing, network and other information services.
Policies, guidelines, and terms and conditions relating to student accommodation.
University policy on student fee collection and information on non-payment and arrears.
The Registry provides transcripts of results and degrees to students and alumni.
The University’s academic appeals system is managed by Academic Services.
If you are considering submitting an academic appeal, you are strongly encouraged to get advice from EUSA.
You should take the matter up with the area concerned in the first instance, as often problems are resolved more effectively and more quickly with those directly involved.
If you remain unhappy, then you can submit a formal complaint to the University.
You can also obtain useful advice from the EUSA Advice Place.
This article was published on Feb 18, 2013