Regulation and credit framework
The regulatory elements of the Undergraduate Academic Framework and the Postgraduate Academic Framework have been incorporated into this document to form the Regulation and Credit Framework for the Conferment of Awards.
Regulation and Credit Framework for the Conferment of Awards
Taken together with the Research Degrees Academic Framework and the Postgraduate Initial Teacher Education Framework, the Regulation and Credit Framework for the Conferment of Awards sets out the regulatory arrangements for all awards of Canterbury Christ Church University.
The Regulations apply to all students registered at the University, irrespective of the date of registration. Where there is a previously approved Regulation or Convention that confers any additional rights on a student due to the date of the student’s initial registration, and continuing enrolment, on a programme, the earlier Regulation or Convention should apply.
Assessment Procedures Manual
Forms relevant to the Assessment Procedures Manual can be found in the
Regulation and Policy Zone .
The Assessment Procedures Manual sets out Canterbury Christ Church University’s procedures for the operation of assessment, examinations, Boards of Examiners and the operation of the External Examiner system. The document is intended to provide a single reference point for the operation of these processes, as a way of promoting fairness through the consistent application of the University’s Regulations and procedures.
Relevant University Regulations are included in the document for ease of use and are shaded in grey. University Regulations embody that which must be done to ensure that academic quality and standards are maintained on the University’s programmes. The University’s procedures are the agreed way that those Regulations are to be enacted.
In any conflict of interpretation between Assessment Procedures Manual and the Regulation and Credit Framework for the Conferment of Awards, the latter document will always prevail, even if this means that the procedures cannot be completed.
A number of the former PPEs have been withdrawn as regulatory documents, but remain as standard Registry Procedure. These can be found in the Regulation and Policy Zone .