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Academic progress is the University’s way of checking in and helping if you need additional support to successfully complete your degree. During the first review period we adjusted how we ran academic progress. For the second review period, we’ll be returning to the process outlined in the Student Academic Progress Policy.
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Academic progress is about keeping you on track with your studies. So twice a year we review your progress to see whether you need any additional support to successfully complete your course.
If you receive an email telling you that your progress is unsatisfactory, there’s no need to worry. We’ll tell you what you need to do to help get you back on track.
Find the information you need, so that you know how to prepare and what to expect on the day of your hearing.
The outcome of a hearing will vary depending on your circumstances and may include enrolment with conditions, recommended actions you need to take and, in some cases, exclusion.
If you aren’t happy with the outcome of the academic progress process, you may have the option to appeal or request a review.
If you need support or advice, we can offer counselling, financial advice, and health and wellbeing support. Your student association can also provide you with free and confidential support, advice, and representation.