Taught student policies and procedures
A number of policies, procedures, codes of practice and rules are specific to taught students. We are currently experiencing technical problems in displaying all our policies. If you cannot find a document, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unclear of the application of any of these policies and procedures, you should first contact your personal tutor or staff in your parent school.
While we hope everything goes well with your studies, sometimes things dont quite go to plan. If youre thinking about leaving university - either temporarily or permanently - before completing your studies, support is available to help you make a decision thats right for you.
To make sure you look the part on your graduation day, order your academic dress in plenty of time and pick it up on the day of your ceremony.
Assessment framework (taught students)
This document consolidates a number of University assessment policies and strategies that have been agreed by committees (particularly the Taught Student Education Board).
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A financial assessment delay, a household income change or lack of eligibility information may affect your Leeds Bursary payment.
Audio and visual in student education
This policy relates to recording of activities with an educational purpose by the University, its students or others.
Cheating, plagiarism, fraudulent or fabricated coursework and malpractice in University examinations and assessments (taught students)
Cheating and plagiarism, fraud and malpractice are taken very seriously. The procedure described here applies to all taught students and for those with taught elements within their research degrees.
Code of practice on assessment (taught students)
The University gives general information relating to assessment of students in its code of practice on assessment. Academic schools provide more specific local guidance in their own school code of practice.
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Please make sure that we have your correct legal name so that your degree certificate will be accurate.
Examination assistants operational guide (taught students)
The University employs a variety of people to assist in exams including amenuenses, typists, readers and prompters. This guide explains their roles.
Our step-by-step graduation checklist will help you to understand the graduation process and what you need to do.
Study Abroad entry requirements
Some study abroad students may be able to apply for a scholarship to help meet the costs of studying overseas.
Language centre visa extensions in September
Language Centre pre-sessional students who are starting a new course at the University can follow these instructions to extend their visa in the UK.
Learning analytics - strategy and code of practice
This strategy and code of practice covers all aspects of the use of Learning Analytics in relation to student education for taught students at the University of Leeds.
We may be able to offer you a short-term loan if your Student Loan, NHS Bursary or other student funding is delayed through no fault of your own. If you applied for your student loan after 31 August you will not be considered for a LHF loan.
Proof-reading (taught components)
This policy, intended for the guidance of students and academic staff, relates to the proof-reading of any text to be submitted as part of academic course work, including dissertations.
Following the correct course registration and withdrawal processes will ensure timely receipt of your loan.
If you're disabled, ill, taking exams abroad or unable to take an exam due to religious observance, then special exam arrangements may be made for you.
Rules for Award (taught students)
The Rules for Award summarise the main requirements of the Curricular Ordinances and Regulations, and how they are applied in practice.
Taught postgraduate deferrals
This procedure is used when an applicant for a taught postgraduate programme requests to defer their offer.
Taught student guidance
There are key activities in your life as a taught student at Leeds which you should be aware of. Find links to information within this website and elsewhere.