Regulation and Credit Framework

All programmes and awards are governed by University regulations that are designed to ensure each programme and award is structured, delivered and assessed fairly, consistently and transparently. 

In addition, the University's Assessment Procedures set out the operational procedures for assessment, examinations, Boards of Examiners and operation of the External Examiner system. They promote fairness through the consistent application of the University’s Regulations.

General Regulations for the Conferment of Awards: September 2018 edition

These are applicable to undergraduate and postgraduate taught students who registered from September 2017 onwards, and students that have been transferred to the new regulations.

This document sets out the broad regulations on the types of award the University may validate at each level. It contains regulations on the language of assessment; entry requirements; period and level of study; the award of credit; use of discretion notwithstanding the regulations; posthumous and aegrotat awards and Academic Board’s oversight responsibilities.

Regulations for Taught Awards: September 2018 editon

These are applicable to undergraduate and postgraduate taught students who registered from September 2017 onwards, and students that have been transferred to the new regulations.

This document sets out the regulations governing taught awards, including the arrangements for Boards of Examiners; External Examiners; pass, classification, progression and credit requirements (including compensation and trail and progress); examinations and time constrained assessments; recognition of prior learning; assessment and reassessment and academic appeals.

Research Degrees Academic Framework

These are applicable to research degree students.

This document sets out the regulations for research degree organisation; entry requirements; assessment and examinations; subject Codes of Practice; periods of study; programme structure and attendance. The structure of these regulations is being reviewed in 2018/19. You will also find relevant information in the Codes of Practice for each programme on your programme Blackboard.

Examiners for Research Degrees Regulations

Regulation and Credit Framework: Outgoing Edition

These are applicable to students that:

  • registered before September 2017 and have continuous progression (i.e. students who do not interrupt or repeat a year after August 2017).

Some programmes and awards have approved Special Regulations that confer additional or alternative regulations due to professional body and/or employer requirements. Special Regulations take precedence over the General/Taught Regulations. Where the Special Regulations are silent, however, the standard regulations for the relevant level of study will apply in full.

Undergraduate Programmes

Postgraduate Programmes

Your Guide to Undergraduate Assessment and Award Processes 2018/19

This guide is intended for all students studying an Undergraduate-based programme of study at Canterbury Christ Church University.


 

 

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