The Postgraduate Degree Regulations define the structure and requirements of the University’s postgraduate taught awards. Students might wish to refer to these Degree Regulations to understand how their marks are taken into account and what happens when things don’t go quite as planned (for example, how the compensation and reassessment rules work).
Students are subject to a specific set of Degree Regulations, depending on when they register with the University.
Postgraduate taught students
An awareness of the University’s Postgraduate Degree Regulations will help you to understand how you are progressing, what you need to achieve, and how your marks are counting toward your final award.
The University will work to ensure that awards for all programmes are awarded fairly according to the relevant University Degree Regulations.