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Learning and Teaching Service

Extenuating Circumstances

Has anything affected your ability to study this year or finish a piece of work by the deadline or have you had any difficulties that may prevent you from sitting an exam? You can report these issues to us using the Extenuating Circumstances Reporting Form but you must be aware that there are deadlines for reporting. Further information can be found here on the Extenuating Circumstances Page                                                      

Welcome to the Learning and Teaching Service’s website.
These webpages are a source of information in support of your learning and teaching, for students and staff of the University. On these pages you will find information, documents and forms which cover university wide processes and procedures. In addition the University regulations can be found in the Academic Calendar 2013-14

Who are we?
The Learning and Teaching Service (LTS) deals with all aspects of academic life such as registration; enrolment on modules; assessments; quality assurance issues; regulations and concessions. 

hubWhat we do
- Provide administrative support for students and staff in the delivery and assessment of taught programmes
- Undertake projects, reviews and other development work that supports the University's Learning and Teaching Strategy
- Process appeals, complaints and disciplinary cases and issues surrounding compliance
- Support the work of the University's Learning and Teaching Committee 

Hubs
The offices of LTS are organised into four Hubs. See the Hubs pages to find out which Hub can help you and how to contact them. Links to School webpages are also listed on the Hub pages. 

Postgraduate Research (PGR)
Please note, enquiries from current postgraduate research (PGR) degree programme students are handled by the PGR Service. This service provides support for postgraduate research students and programmes in each of the four Faculties at UEA and students based at the Norwich Bioscience Institutes (NBI).

  
 

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