This information is for you if a recent progression board has confirmed that you should be transferred to part time study for the upcoming academic year.
Due to the amount of module credits you have outstanding, unfortunately you cannot enrol onto the next level of study in September 2022. The board has agreed that you should be transferred to part-time study to retake, in full, those modules you have not yet passed. Your online academic transcript provides full details of those modules and can be viewed via the results page.
If you successfully complete your outstanding modules during the 2022/23 academic session, you will be able to enrol onto the next level of study as a full-time student for the 2023/24 academic session.
What does part time status mean for me?
Your part-time status keeps you connected to Edge Hill while you complete your outstanding modules. You are still registered with the University and continue to have access to our facilities such as email, Blackboard and assessment support.
Just like all other students, you are expected to engage lectures and any other activities associated with the modules you are completing.
How will I be assessed?
You must arrange to speak with your programme leader to complete a learning agreement. Together you will identify any support you may need and organise personal tutorial sessions.
Please be proactive and contact them as soon as possible to complete your learning agreement. This will help you prepare for the upcoming academic year.
When you discuss your learning agreement with your Programme Leader, you will be given access to all relevant module information, together with details of submission deadlines for the coming year. Your programme leader will clarify your assessment schedule and confirm which lectures and tutorials you are expected to attend. This includes any modules which are no longer running in the new academic year.
You must complete each outstanding module in full – you cannot carry over any marks that you had passed when you originally studied the module. Your programme leader will confirm your assessment obligations for the year.
• If your module level code is ‘Referred’, and you successfully re-take this module, your total module mark will be capped at 40%.
• If your module level code is ‘Referred: Final Attempt’, this means that this is your final attempt at the module. If you fail to complete this may result in you being unable to complete your original target award and you may be failed from the programme.
How does this impact on my finances?
Guidance on your tuition fees as a transferred to part time student is available on the fees FAQs webpage. Simply click on the ‘Assessment/Re-assessment drop down box.
How do I enrol?
You will be able to complete your enrolment online on:
|Faculty of Arts & Sciences students||Friday 23 September 2022 at 1pm|
|Faculty of Education students||Monday 26 September 2022 at 1pm|
|Faculty of Health, Social Care & Medicine students||Tuesday 27 September at 1pm|
You will need to log into your Student Record with your username and password.
• Click on ‘View your Student Record’
• Click the ‘Enrol Now’ icon
If you do not enrol, we will assume you have decided not to continue with your studies. You will be withdrawn from your programme and the University.
Eligibility for council tax exemption
If you have previously studied full-time and are transferred to part-time study you are still eligible for council tax exemption. Further information can be found on the council tax exemption webpage.
When do I get my end of year results?
Your end of year results will be considered by a progression board at the end of the 2022/23 academic year. The board will consider your profile and make one of the following recommendations:
• If you have successfully undertaken all your outstanding modules, the board will recommend that you enrol onto the next level of study as a full-time student, in September 2023.
• If your outstanding modules are coded ‘referred: final attempt’ and you are not successful in repeating these during your part time study year, there will be no further right of reassessment and you may not be able to continue for your original target award
• If your outstanding modules are coded ‘deferred’ or ‘referred’ and you are not successful in repeating these, the board may give you a further opportunity to complete your outstanding assessment before the start of the 2022/23 academic year
Results are published in July 2022. Information on the exact publication date is emailed to your university account in December 2021 and will be made available on the results and publishing dates webpage.