Student may claim that their performance was impaired in assessment(s) taken prior to being issued a University Internal Needs Assessment Report (INAR) approving assessment related adjustments.
All undergraduate and postgraduate courses at London Metropolitan University are based on a Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CATS) framework whereby students accumulate credit points at the appropriate level by completing modules (15 credits or 30 credits per standard undergraduate module and 20 credits per standard postgraduate module). These credits accumulate to give an award.
It is the student responsibility to check the main published exam timetable on ExamTrack as soon as this is published, to identify any clash of exams, and to advise the Assessment & Conferment Office as soon as possible and no later than the Monday before the start of the examination period.
Taking a Break Forms
If you wish to take a break in your studies whilst you are enrolled / part way through an academic year.
If you wish to take a break in your studies after the completion of an academic year and before formally re-enrolling for the forthcoming academic year.
We understand that occasionally there may be situations where a student needs to withdraw from their course. We strongly advise any student considering withdrawing to first talk to their Academic Tutor/Mentor (Undergraduate)/Course Leader (Postgraduate) and Student Money and Accommodation Advice team (SMAA).