University undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses are produced under the editorial control of the Head of the Marketing & Communications Unit, who is responsible for ensuring that their contents meet the required standards of accuracy and clarity. Appropriate sections are checked in consultation with Schools and other service providers annually. Courses offered are also checked with the Registrar’s team to ensure that they have received necessary university approval. In the case of publicity materials prepared and issued by Schools, the responsibility for accuracy and clarity rests with the appropriate Head of School.
Every effort is made to ensure that the information contained in publicity materials is fair and accurate at the time of going to press. However, the courses, services and other matter covered by prospectuses are subject to change from time to time and no guarantee can be given that changes will not be made following publication and/or after candidates have been admitted to the University. Any complaints concerning the fairness or accuracy of University publications should be addressed in writing to the Registrar, who will investigate the matter and reply in writing within 21 days of receiving the letter.
For the policy on the submission and approval of new courses please see the relevant section of the Quality Manual.
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