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The University Regulations form a comprehensive framework for learning, teaching and assessment, and other aspects of the learning experience, setting out the regulations, policies and procedures that all staff and students must abide by.
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These regulations apply to all programmes of study.
Specific regulations that apply to different types and levels of qualifications, on top of the Core Regulations in Section A.
Policies and regulations relating to student conduct, and the procedures to be followed in the event of a complaint.
For forms and further information, please see the Student Disputes website.
Regulations concerning 'Standards of Conduct: Fitness to Practise' for students in the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences can be found on the Practice Education Unit (PEU) website.
General regulations that apply to all programmes of study and cover housekeeping issues such as payments to the University, maintaining your personal details on your PIP and using the Library and IT facilities.
Policies and codes of practice relating to the regulations contained in Sections A-D and to other aspects of the student experience.
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Liz Turner, Head of Academic Policy and Quality Office, provides an overview of the University Regulations and what they mean to students and staff in practical terms.