The University has standard terms and conditions which set out the relationship between you and the University which begins when you apply for a place, accept the University’s offer of a place and continue for the whole period of your studies. They are specific for each year of entry and historic versions can be found below.
The terms and conditions include a number of regulations which you must comply with and categorised as being:
• General Regulations – which apply to all students
• Awards Regulations – which will be specific to the award for which you are studying
• Disciplinary Regulations - which set out the potential consequences of failing to comply with regulations
• Fees and Charges regulations
In addition, there are a number of other operational rules and processes which you will need to follow and other Terms and Conditions may apply, if for example you are in receipt of a scholarship, resident in UEA accommodation, studying on an apprenticeship, etc. This is explained in the Terms and Conditions.
Applicants may also be interested in reading
- Our Admissions Policy: providing detailed information on the policy and procedures we follow when considering applications for a taught course. We endeavour to ensure that our procedures operate efficiently and effectively but there is also information available should you need to appeal or complain.
- The University’s Access and Participation Plan
- The University’s Student Protection Plan and associated Refund and compensation policy. This explains the events and situations that have the potential to prevent a student from finishing their course and how UEA manages this such that the risk to students is low.
- The University’s UEA Degree Outcomes Statement