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Progress is governed by UMP Regulations, which allow an SEC discretion when a student has passed enough modules but not satisfied specific subject requirements.
1. A student is required to pass at least three module credits a year (i.e. in the preceding two semesters) in order to continue with the course.
2. The University is required to report to Student Loans Company (SLC) and other sponsors/funding bodies the progress of any ‘supported’ student. An adverse report may lead to the suspension of a student’s support. The revised LA Support Regulations (Sept. 1998 et seq.) requiring many students to pay their own fees make this report applicable only to students receiving partial or complete support for fees.
3. A full-time student may be unable to make normal progress and his or her support may be suspended because he or she has not passed a specific compulsory module by the end of a particular year (or stage or point).
4. Once a student whose financial support has been suspended has passed a sufficient number of modules and/or any specific module(s), the University recommends the re-instatement of the support.