What is 'progression'?
An Undergraduate student 'progresses' from one level of the programme to the next level for which they are enrolled, provided they continue to satisfy the University progression requirements for their programme.
Students may not normally progress from one level to the next of a programme of study unless they have satisfactorily completed the previous level.
Taught Postgraduate and Graduate programmes are not normally subject to progression requirements as they are completed at a single stage. In those cases where a progression requirement has been approved for a programme the progression rule is stated in the programme specification. Greater detail is provided in the policies below.
Key information relating to the following areas is detailed in the policies below:
- Undergraduate progression requirements
- Foundation year progression
- Progression to Level 7 on an Integrated Master's Degree
- Progressing to study abroad
- Conditional progression
- Exceptional third attempts (Condonement Scheme only)
- Recommendations to repeat or restart a programme
- Notification of results
- Mark conversion for returning exchange students
- Section 33: Assessment Schemes 2021-22 (PDF 0.1 MB)
- Section 35: Scheme A Undergraduate Progression 2021-22 (PDF 0.3 MB)
- Section 36: Scheme A Postgraduate & Graduate Progression 2021-22 (PDF 0.1 MB)
- Section 41: Scheme B Undergraduate Progression 2021-22 (PDF 0.2 MB)
- Section 42: Scheme B Postgraduate & Graduate Progression 2021-22 (PDF 0.1 MB)
- Section 53: Recording and Publication of Results 2021-22 (PDF 92.2 kB)
- Section 20: Outgoing Exchange Students 2021-22 (PDF 0.2 MB)
- Programme specifications