Privacy Policy

Changes to Student programme

The University reserves the right to:

make variations to the contents of programmes, including the range of courses (modules)

alter the approach to methods of delivery of programmes such as the timetable, location, number of classes and methods and timings of assessments;

discontinue programmes and merge or combine programmes; due to events outside the University’s reasonable control or if the University/Institute considers that such action is reasonably necessary in order to appropriately manage its resources, pursue its policy of continuous improvement, comply with changes in law or comply with the instructions of the University’s regulators or a professional body.

Where the changes referred to in Clause 10.1 are not significant (that is, where they lead to changes to individual elements of a programme but do not lead to a substantive change in the overall content or method of delivery of a programme),the University will communicate the changes through routine publications (for example, the latest version of the online Degree Regulations and Programmes of Studies publication). If you would like to study a particular course (module) as part of Student programme of study, you should consult with the School Admissions the programme in advance of accepting Student Admission to confirm whether the course (module) will be available to you.

In the unlikely event that the University (i) discontinues or does not provide Student programme of study; or (ii) significantly changes the content of Student programme, method of delivery or method of assessment of Student programme such that the overall learning aims and outcomes of Student programme are fundamentally different, or (iii) significantly changes the location at which Student programme is taught, and any such change may adversely affect you the University will notify you at the earliest possible opportunity.

if student request the University/institute to do so, the University/Institute will seek to Admission you a suitable replacement programme at the University for which you are qualified or if the University is unable to Admission you a suitable replacement programme, University/Institute shall seek to refer you to a comparable higher education institution for a suitable replacement programme.

Complaints procedure

If you have a complaint about the University, you should follow the University’s complaints procedure. This procedure has been produced to help the University resolve any complaints you may have as promptly, fairly and amicably as possible.

Liability

The University shall not be liable for failure to perform any obligations under the Contract if such failure is caused by any act or event beyond the University’s reasonable control including acts of God, war, terrorism, industrial disputes (including disputes involving the University’s employees),fire, flood, storm and national emergencies (“Force Majeure Event”). If the University is the subject of a Force Majeure Event, it will take all reasonable steps to minimise the disruption to Student studies.

Termination

The University reserves the right to exclude you from the University if you willfully and persistently neglect Student academic work to such an extent that there is no reasonable possibility of you being able to proceed to the next stage of the programme. You should also note, as set out in clause 4.4, that non-matriculation will result in termination of the Contract and cancellation of Student student record and, as set out in clause 5.2, that progression on Student programme and Student final award are not guaranteed and are dependent upon Student academic performance.

The University also reserves the right to exclude you from the University for disciplinary offences, for non-matriculation, for non-payment of tuition fee debt, or for inadequate attendance or performance on Student programme, in line with the relevant University policies and procedures.

General

The terms of the Contract shall only be enforceable by student and the University/Institute.

The Contract constitutes the entire agreement between you and the University in relation to its subject matter.

If you have any questions or concerns about these terms and conditions, please contact the University’s/Institute’s Student Recruitment and Admissions Office: Student Recruitment and Admissions