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Course regulations

The Course Regulations provide the framework for the assessment of all taught Higher Education students at University of the Arts London. This page provides the Regulations for all courses and levels, from October 2021.

Important documents

Course Regulations 2021-22 (PDF 306KB)

Course Closure Guidance (PDF 545KB)

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    Assessment

    The Assessment Regulations include details of the University Marking Criteria and Marking Scale, how you should submit work and what happens if you fail an assessment.

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    Extenuating Circumstances

    If you are having difficulties you may be able to submit an Extenuating Circumstances claim so that this can be taken into consideration during the assessment process.

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    Academic Misconduct

    The Academic Misconduct Regulations cover the University's policy and procedures for preventing and addressing cheating and plagiarism.

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    Accommodated Assessment for Disabled Students

    Accommodated Assessment Regulations outline the support that the University can provide to help you through the assessment process.

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    Award Criteria and Classification

    The Award Criteria and Classification Regulations cover the academic requirements for all Higher Education taught courses at the University.

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    Course Transfer

    Information for students who want to transfer to another course, including guidance notes, FAQs and the transfer application form.