If you have not achieved sufficient credits for your particular stage of study and have exhausted all available options for reassessment, you cannot continue your studies.   


This is known as a 'Termination of Studies' and can also be known as a ‘Compulsory Withdrawal by the University. 


Where this applies to you it means you are no longer a registered student at the University and, subject to the outcome of any appeal against this decision, cannot continue your registered degree course.  


For details on what to expect regarding the closure of your IT Accounts, navigate to this page: “What happens when I leave?” 


If you wish to appeal your outcome, please refer to the Appeals Guidance to establish whether you have grounds, you have one calendar month from the time you receive your outcome to put in an appeal.  


Find more detailed information on the Student Services pages here 

If you are a VISA holder, find more information here 

For advice relating to Accommodation, find more information here 

To get in contact with the Support and Wellbeing Team, find more information here 

For more detail, please find link to the Quality Manual here