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The rules of assessment, alongside the principle and framework and glossary, set out what you need to do to pass each year of your course and determine the award you achieve.
Outline of what awards are offered including credit requirements, and the standard and maximum periods of study for each course.
Terms and phrases used in the rules of assessment are explained in this glossary.
For students on a three-year degree course, each set of rules is specific to a year of study. Relevant variations are also included.
Four-year degrees rules, with or without a year abroad or placement year, specific to your year of study. Relevant variations are also included.
For students studying a Foundation Year before continuing onto an undergraduate degree course.
The rules for standalone Foundation Degrees, Diplomas of Higher Education and Certificates of Education (including Higher and Continuing).
The rules for specific courses include all Edge Hotel School documentation, pre-sessional pathways and Initial Teacher Education Awards.
Four and Five Year Integrated Masters and the Integrated Masters in Modern Languages rules of assessment divided by specific year of study.
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma rules of assessment.
Our partner institutes have their own set of rules for courses offered. These include Kaplan Singapore, English and French Law (Maitrise) and Essex Online.
All previous versions of the rules from 2010-11 up to recently concluded years of study, organised by academic year.
The rules for taught Masters courses including part-time courses, courses with a professional placement and the final year of Integrated Masters courses.
Other awards include Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates, Initial Teacher Education and Modular Study. Graduate award rules are held in the undergraduate section.
The rules for specific departments and courses, divided by department and academic year you started.
All previous versions of the rules from 2008-09 up to recently concluded years of study, organised by academic year.
Outline of the awards that are offered including credit requirements, and the standard and maximum periods of study for each course.
Our partner institutes have their own set of rules for courses offered.