Fitness to Study

The University recognises the importance of a student’s health and wellbeing in relation to his/her academic progression and wider university experience.

The Fitness to Study Regulations is intended as a framework to be used by staff when a student’s ability to progress academically and function at university appears to be detrimentally affected by their health or other circumstances.

2016-17 GSR10 - Fitness to Study

 

School Nominees

Each School has a Nominee who handles Fitness to Study Matters

Jan Bamford - Guildhall School of Business and Law j.bamford@londonmet.ac.uk

Elena Moschini - School of Computing and Digital Media e.moschini@londonmet.ac.uk

John Crook - School of Social Professions j.crooke@londonmet.ac.uk

Steven Curtis - School of Social Sciences s.curtis@londonmet.ac.uk

Sheelagh Heugh - School of Human Sciences s.heugh@londonmet.ac.uk

Cecile Tschirhart - School of Art, Architecture and Design (The CASS) c.tschirhart@londonmet.ac.uk

If the Proctor is not available for consultation the staff member should contact the University Secretary’s Office.

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