To help create a positive environment for learning and academic achievement, the University has established various rules and regulations that you must follow if you accept an offer of a place to study with us. These rules and regulations include a Student Agreement, which sets out the relationship between the University and its students.

The Student Agreement states that the University may alter the timetable, location, number of classes, method of delivery, content assessment and syllabus of your course, provided such alterations are reasonable. We also have the right to withdraw courses before they have started.

In the event of any discontinuance or fundamental changes to your course we will give you reasonable notice and you will be entitled to withdraw your application or withdraw from your course by telling us in writing.

The information on this site relates primarily to the 2021/22 session. The University will make reasonable efforts to deliver the courses as described.

The entry requirements are indicative only and the University reserves the right to vary its entry requirements.

Health and safety

Prospective students should take into account, when selecting a course of study, the inherent risks of the course and of their chosen career. For more information, please visit Student Health and Safety.

Student agreement

For further information, please refer to the Student Agreement and Rules and Regulations for Students.

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