Postgraduate Taught Programmes
The University of Nottingham's policies generally apply to all students whether on undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research programmes, unless otherwise stated. Policies and regulations which apply to postgraduate taught students are set out below. Please note that international students in the UK on Tier 4 student visas are also affected by the University's guidance on Immigration Sponsorship. Where academic policies and immigration policies seem to be contradictory, immigration policies will take precedence.
Postgraduate Taught Regulations prior to 2006-7
Regulations for Taught Masters Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificate Courses with effect from 2006-7 for students who commenced study prior to 2012-13
Regulations for Taught Masters Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificate Courses (for students who commenced study from 2012-13)
Regulations for Taught Masters Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificate Programmes introduced for Session 2016/17 for students who commence study from Session 2016/17
Current Regulations for Taught Masters Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificate Programmes introduced for Session 2017/18 for students who commence study from Session 2017/18
Support for Students
The content of the policy entitled Student Support and Development contains details of the support schools are expected to provide for students on their programmes. More specific details of the issues to be considered by schools in their provision of pastoral and academic support for PGT students are set out in paragraph 7.
Resources and Facilities
The policy for Students with Disabilities covers requirements for provision to be made by schools and professional services, which includes students on postgraduate taught programmes.
Information about Programmes
The University's policy on provision of information sets out the types of information which professional services and schools are required to make available to prospective students, current students and for students on completion of their studies.
First published 22 March 2016