The progression on to the next stage of your studies for an award of the University is governed by the regulations for the particular award for which you are registered.
The criteria for completing each year of study, other than the final year, and for progression to the next year/level of study, require you to:
- Pass (achieve 40%) all mandatory modules; and
- Pass (achieve 40%) in modules amounting to 90 credits; and
- Achieve at least 40% averaged across all modules and a minimum mark of 35% in all modules.
If you do not achieve the above criteria you will be required to resit all modules in which you obtain less than 40%.
Further details about how your studies are assessed can be found in the Code of Practice on Assessment. We would also advise you to read Results and Re-sit Re-take Options Information Sheet - Continuing UG
If you wish to re-take passed assessments, you must complete and return the Request to Delay Re-sit or Re-take to Improve to 2021/22 form to your Student Support Office by the relevant deadline as outlined in the Results and Re-sit Re-take Options Information Sheet - Continuing UG. Failure to submit this form by the deadline will prevent you from re-taking your assessments.
Three-year non-clinical honours degrees will be awarded and classified in accordance with the degree classification system described in Appendix I of the Code of practice on assessment
Four-year non-clinical honours degrees will be classified as described in Appendix J of the Code of practice on assessment.
The criteria for the award of clinical first degrees and for the award of such degrees with honours shall be clearly defined and readily available in the appropriate programme documentation.
Postgraduate awards are made in accordance with the regulations for the particular award. Details of the model for modular Master’s degrees, postgraduate diplomas and postgraduate certificates, including the pass/fail/distinction criteria, are set out in Appendix C of the Code of practice on assessment.
Canvas, your new virtual learning environment
From 1 August 2021, Canvas will replace VITAL as the University’s virtual learning environment (VLE) for all taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules. See the guide to Canvas for more information.
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