The Student Contract
Our responsibilities to you include legal obligations under consumer law, which include making sure you can easily find important information about:
- The University
- Your course
- Other aspects of University life
When you accept an offer of a place, you enter into a contract with the University which includes obligations on both sides. The main terms you need to be aware of are set out in the Terms and Conditions which are available below. The Terms and Conditions also explain which documents form the contract you will be entering with the University.
Your responsibilities as a student include:
- Attending the University and engaging fully with your studies whether in a formal teaching environment, in group work with your peers or in self-directed study
- Following the rules, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to you as a student (the Academic Regulations and other relevant policies and procedures)
- Paying your fees
measures in response to Covid-19 to allow us to safely deliver our courses and other services. Should the impact of COVID-19 continue in future years, any additional or alternative arrangements put in place by the University will be in accordance with the latest government public health advice, pandemic-related/health and safety legislation, the University’s own assessment of risk and the terms and conditions of the student contract.It is possible that COVID-19 and the emerging variants may continue to cause disruption. The University has put in place
Our Terms and Conditions
Academic Regulations and other relevant policies and procedures
The Academic Regulations and other policies and procedures below will apply to you as a student. It is important that you are aware of them and understand their relevance to you. Please note that there may be additional policies that will apply to you which are specific to your Faculty or School.