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The Academic Regulations provide a framework for the University to operate within to deliver programmes and make awards.
Areas covered within the Academic Regulations that directly affect students include:
- Enrolment and attendance
- Assessment, reassessment and condonement
- Academic malpractice
- Award classification
- Results and appeals
- Deferring, suspending or repeating study
- Academic and professional exclusion
The Academic Regulations are approved on an annual basis by the University’s Academic Board. Although the regulations will be updated annually, changes will not be implemented to the disadvantage of students already registered.
The Academic Regulations are binding, no member of staff is empowered or permitted to operate outside of the terms set and only the Academic Board can agree amendments to the regulations.
There are also a number of appendices to the regulations and these are as equally binding as the central document.See more on 2022/2023 academic regulations
Our policies around tuition fee regulations are consistent and transparent. We developed them to help you make informed decisions around the payment of your fees.
The policy details both your responsibilities and ours regarding the tuition fees for all programmes at Edge Hill.
- Review tuition fees annually to ensure they reflect student support funding, remain competitive and meet inflationary costs of resourcing
- Publish tuition fees prior to the application cycle for the following academic session
- Ensure tuition fee regulations and associated financial support schemes are fair and accessible to those studying here
- Adhere to all applicable statutory requirements, including Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA), Office for Fair Access (OFFA) and Student Loans Company (SLC), NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) and Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Services (ELCAS)
It is your responsibility to pay your fees promptly.
We treat defaults on payment seriously and will apply sanctions in accordance with the University’s Student Debt Policy.Tuition fee regulations Home tuition fee liability procedure International student fee policy
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There are a few different teams here in Academic Registry, so take a look at our teams to find out the best point of contact for your query.Our services and teams
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Academic Registry’s Mission is to:
- Provide high quality and technologically advanced administrative systems to facilitate the student journey from enrolment through to award conferral
- Safeguard standards pertaining to academic services, ensuring that the University is compliant with internal and external regulation in its development and operation of procedures and that this is demonstrable through high quality records
- Work collaboratively to ensure an integrated approach to the provision of services across the University
- Be responsive to changing requirements and deliver innovative and efficient solutions that enable the University to enhance systems and embrace challenges
- Put students and their experience at the heart of our systems and provide an excellent service for all stakeholders