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Consolidated policies and regulations

The College’s Consolidated Policies and Regulations (and any associated rules or procedures) govern the standards of the College’s awards, the responsibilities of students and the college in the delivery of these awards.

The essential purpose of the College’s Policies and Regulations is to ensure equity of treatment for students at each stage of their education.  This is done by setting out the criteria and defining the process for making judgements about students’ academic performance and progression.

In doing this, the CPR not only describes students’ rights but also their responsibilities, for example to attend classes and supervisory sessions, submit work for assessment and to pay money owing as well as to comply with administrative procedures (this will be in students’ best interests).   

The College will make every effort to ensure students are aware of the requirements of the policies and regulations but it ultimately the student’s responsibility to be aware of them and to seeking advice, or an explanation guidance, if they don’t understand them. See overview >

Codes of practice

Student Charter >

Diversity, Dignity and Inclusion >

Freedom of Speech policy >

 

A: GENERAL REGULATIONS

A1: Interpretation and Scope >

A2: Workings of the Regulation >

B: ADMISSIONS

B3: Young or Vulnerable Applicants (including Under 18) >

B4: Applicants declaring a Criminal Conviction >

B5: Readmission of Previous Students >

C: STUDENT STATUS (including Registration and Enrolment)

C3. Programme or Campus Transfer >

D: PARTICIPATION, EDUCATION, AND ENGAGEMENT

D2: Religion and Belief in Study >

D3: Children on Campus >

 

 

E: STUDENT CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOUR

E1: Student Conduct and Behaviour >

E2: Drug and Alcohol Use and Misuse >

E3: Students who acquire a Criminal Conviction >

E4: Fitness to study >

E7. Suspending or Excluding Students in Emergencies >

F: ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION

F5: Academic Misconduct >

G: FEES, REFUNDS AND DEBT

G1: Fees, Refunds and Debt > 

H: APPEAL AND REVIEW

H1: Administrative Verification >

H2: Academic and Regulatory Appeals >

 

I: STUDENT CONCERNS AND COMPLAINTS

I1: Student Concerns and Complaints >

I2: Public Interest Disclosure by Students >

J: STUDENT RECRUITMENT

Policy in progress

K: AWARDS AND PROGRAMME FRAMEWORK

Policiy in progress

L: PROGRAMME AND CURRICULUM

Policy in progress

M: MONITORING, MANAGEMENT AND REVIEW

Policy in progress

N: ACADEMIC COMMUNITY

N1: Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults >

N2: Approving a new Study Centre or Campus >

N3: Death of a Member of the Academic community >

N4: Infectious, Notifiable and reportable Diseases >

N6: Protest on Campus >

N7 Search and Restraint of Students >

 

O: HIGHER EDUCATION WITH PARTNERS

Policy in progress

 

P: ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION

Policy in progress

 

Q: BOARDS OF EXAMINERS

Q2. Subject Assessment Panels >

 

 

R: ACADEMIC STAFF AND PROMOTIONS

R3. Visiting, Honorary and Emeritus Title >

 

S: RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

S1 Research Groups and Centres >

S2: Ethical Approval for Research and Scholarship >

S3. Misconduct in Research >

T : AWARD AND CONFERRAL

T1. Use of the College Seal >

T4. Academic Honours (including Prizes and Medals) >

 

Schedules

Schedule A: Official Documents >

Schedule B: Regulatory Fees and Charges >

Schedule C: Delegations >

Schedule E: Academic Honours (Including Prizes and Medals) >

Schedule F: Acronyms >

Schedule G: Definitions >

Schedule H: Student Status >

Schedule I: Modifications >

Appendices

Appendix A: Standard Student Contract >

Appendix B: Library and Information Services Regulations >

Appendix C: IT Usage Policies and Regulations > 

Appendix D: Using and Protecting Student Personal Data >

Appendix E: Handling Student Personal Data >

Appendix F: Student Intellectual Property >

Appendix G: Student Surveys Policy >

Appendix H: Instructions for Invigilators > .

Appendix I: Generic Marking Criteria >