Undergraduate Progression and Award
Consult Senate Regulation 5 when determining if an undergraduate student is eligible to progress to the next year of their course or be offered re-assessment opportunities for failed modules.
Consult Senate Regulation 5 when determining if an undergraduate student is eligible for an award and their degree classification.
Note: A student who entered their second year in 2009/10 or before has their award and degree classification determined according to the scheme of assessment that was in operation at that time. Consult the Quality Office for details (firstname.lastname@example.org | 0116 252 2605).
Logic tables: These describe the scheme in a way that makes the logic explicit for creating database or spreadsheet rules. They are available from the Quality Office for departments to consult
Advice about progression and award processes
- Contact your College Academic Advisor in the Quality Office for advice about the progression and award regulations.
- Contact the Registry (email@example.com) if you have a query about the completion of the progression and award spreadsheet.
Taught postgraduate progression
- 2012/13 entry students and beyond: Senate Regulation 6: Regulations governing taught postgraduate
- 2011/12 entry students and before: General Regulations for Taught Programmes (for year of entry)