Changing your course, It is not unusual to have doubts about your course at some point. Changing course may be right for you, but it is important to consider all your options, and the practical implications before making a decision. , Talk to y... read more
Exam failure and re-sits for postgraduate taught students, Module failure, If you fail any module, including the dissertation, you might not be recommended for the Master’s or Diploma. In that case, the regulations, allow you one re-sit examinatio... read more
Exam failure - levels 3 & 4, The consequences of failing Level 3 or 4 exams are serious. Any fails will affect your final degree classification. Failing Level 3 modules of a 4 year course may result in your not being allowed to progress to the 4t... read more
Exam failure – levels 1 and 2, Failing exams may obviously be a serious matter, at whichever level you are studying., However, the regulations and the possible effects vary, depending on the level you are at and whether you are studying a modular u... read more
Exam failure – international students, International students, International students (non-European Union) can apply to re-sit exams in their home country., The deadline for applying to re-sit in your home country this August is 08.06.12., The Univ... read more
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