Exams, Results and Resits
Advice, help and information to support you with exams, throughout your entire degree.
Understand the University’s extenuating circumstances procedure and find out how to use it if problems outside university are affecting your studies.
Discipline and Misconduct
If you find yourself in trouble with the University over misconduct, this section will help you understand the process and be prepared every step of the way.
Want to challenge an exam or assessment result? Disagree with your degree outcome? This guidance explains the rules, will help you work out if you have a valid case and help you with the entire process.
If you are unhappy with your University experience, you can use the complaints procedure to raise your concerns and try to get things put right.
This section contains information about progress concerns procedures and fitness to practice investigations, what to do if you find yourself under review and what help we can provide.
Leave of Absence
During the course of your studies, you may need time off your course for various reasons; such as illness, pregnancy, bereavement, personal problems. The University uses the term ‘Leave of Absence’ for approved breaks lasting more than a week or two.
Changing course / University may be the right option for you, but it is important to consider all your options.
Leaving Your Course
It is not unusual to have doubts about your course or being at university at some point. This section provides you with information about points to consider before making a decision to leave, alternative options that may be available to you and the practicalities of withdrawing from your course.