Case Consultations and Standards Reviews
A Case Consultation meeting is the first stage of the formal monitoring process where student performance or programme participation becomes a cause for concern.
A full description of the case consultation process can be found in our Code of Practice for Assessment: Section 24: Case Consultation Policy 2020-21 (PDF 0.1 MB).
The purpose of a Standards Review is to investigate shortcomings in student performance. They allow us to recommend or provide help to students. A Standards Review might also show that disciplinary action is required.
The University is required to monitor the attendance and performance of students as part of its quality control and pastoral obligations. The University is accountable to the public authorities which finance programmes of study, professional bodies and to the UK Government.
It is also aware of the considerable commitment of time and resource made by students and their families and seeks to ensure that such commitment is made in reasonable expectation of student success.
A full description of the standards review process can be found in our Code of Practice for Assessment: Section 25: Standards Review Policy 2020-21 (PDF 0.1 MB)