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Assessment policies and processes

Award classifications

Students Graduating

To be eligible for an award under the College's Regulations for taught programmes a student must pass a minimum and maximum number of credits at certain levels, in addition to the programme specific requirements. The credit numbers for different levels are listed in Maximum and minimum credit tariffs in the regulations.

Masters programmes

To determine the final overall average mark, the relative weighting of a module mark will map to the relative weighting of the modules credit volume based on credit volume.  An example calculation is provided for your reference. 

Undergraduate programmes - C-score

Undergraduate and Integrated Masters students who registered on the first year of a programme from 2007 onwards will have their award calculated using the C Score formula outlined in the Regulations for taught programmes.  An example calculation using the C-score is provided for your reference.

Undergraduate programmes - certificates, diplomas, foundation degrees

For the purpose of determining the final overall average mark the relative weighting of a module mark will map to the relative weighting of the modules credit volume based on credit volume.  An example calculation is provided for your reference. 

Undergraduate programmes - below level 6

Undergraduate students who registered on programmes that are below Honours level (level 6) will have their award calculated as outlined in the Regulations for taught programmes.

 

 

 

 

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