The admissions policy document sets out the policy that drives the DMU admissions decision making process, showing how it seeks to ensure fairness, transparency and consistency across the institution.
It explains the value we place on various qualifications, the policy on applicants under age and for those with disabilities, how to issue feedback, how to deal with applicants with criminal convictions etc, and also contains the admissions regulations pertaining to applicants.
The student names policy covers background on the use of names and name changes under UK law, how the names of individuals will be collected, stored and accessed by the university.
It includes how to notify the organisation of change of name and any evidence of name that may be required. It provides guidance on name changing processes and conventions operating in the UK.
The general regulations and procedures affecting students explains the rules and regulations which apply to all DMU students including student discipline, payment of fees, examination regulations, extenuating circumstances, academic appeals and health and safety policy.
The handbook and regulations for undergraduate awards explains the regulations for the university’s undergraduate degree schemes, including programme structure, scheme management, assessment and progression and assessment of final award and classification.
The university's taught postgraduate programme regulations explains the regulations for the university’s taught postgraduate degree schemes, including programme structure, scheme management, assessment and progression and assessment of final award.
Regulations digest – summary of changes for 2016/17
The student complaints procedure details DMU's formal complaints procedure.
Students' rights and responsibilities: our shared expectations
At DMU we aim to promote a culture where everyone is treated with respect. We all need to acknowledge and celebrate our successes and take responsibility for, and learn from, our mistakes. If we embrace these values, all members of our community will have the opportunity to develop as individuals and to benefit from a positive university experience.
To help us foster this community spirit and co-operative approach, DMU has a number of formal statements which set out what you can expect from the university, and what expectations are placed on you.
Learning, teaching and assessment strategy
De Montfort University's Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy for 2007-12 builds upon strategic principles namely, the need to support students in the transition to higher education; a varied learning, teaching and assessment diet; programme integrity; employability and creativity; and inclusivity and diversity.
Each faculty is responsible for producing its own set of annual learning and teaching priorities within the framework provided by the university LTAS.
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