SOAS COURSEWORK REGULATIONS

SOAS COURSEWORK REGULATIONS

Please note that if you have already passed a course, you cannot be re-assessed in any element to improve your overall mark unless you have approved mitigation for any element i. Undergraduate students who have failed a module overall, may enter to be re-assessed for that module on no more than two occasions. Please see below for further information on: If they pass only 10 or To apply to transfer degree, please: Re-entry is normally permitted on the next two assessment occasions. The maximum amount of condoned fails that can be awarded over the course of an entire programme is 30 credits.

However, the opportunity to transfer is limited and you should not assume that your application will necessarily be granted. To apply to transfer degree, please: The opportunity to resit is subject to a student remaining within their time limit for completion of the degree, unless there are accepted mitigating circumstances. Taught Degree Regulations 3. Courses examined at institutions outside the School are subject to the examination entry and re-entry arrangements in place at the institution concerned. Please note that your transfer is not officially approved until your receive confirmation form Registry. There is no LLB Pass degree.

However, the opportunity to transfer is limited and you should not assume that your application will necessarily be granted.

Re-entry is normally permitted on soss next two assessment occasions. Courses examined at institutions outside the School are subject to the examination entry and re-entry arrangements in place at the institution concerned.

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You may apply regulahions another degree at SOAS. Please note that if you have already passed a course, you cannot be re-assessed in any element to improve your overall mark unless you have approved mitigation for any element i. If they pass only 10 or LLB students must pass all 12 course units to be eligible for award.

Re-entry Regulations, Examinations & Assessments, Registry, SOAS University of London

Intercollegiate courses Courses examined at institutions outside the School are subject to the examination entry and re-entry arrangements in regilations at the institution concerned. To apply to repeat study, please: Taught Degree Regulations 3.

soas coursework regulations

You will need to contact your Department Office for any further information on essay titles and submission procedures. Please note that your transfer is not officially approved until your receive confirmation form Registry.

Degree Regulations, Policies and Procedures, Registry, SOAS University of London

The maximum amount of condoned fails that can be awarded over the course of an entire programme is 30 credits. To apply to transfer degree, please: Please see deadlines above. There is no LLB Pass degree.

The system of core courses which must be passed in certain years of degrees may mean that your application, if granted, entails an extension of your course of study. The right to re-enter failed assessments does not confer the right to re-attend classes or receive tuition.

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Students who started their degree in September and later: The opportunity to resit is subject to a student remaining within their time limit for completion of the degree, unless there are accepted mitigating circumstances. You must complete your degree within the relevant time limit for completion.

Undergraduate students who have failed a module overall, may enter to be re-assessed for that module on no more than two occasions.

To do so, please: If you have failed one or more of your modules, you will be automatically re-entered to sit any failed examination and re-submit any failed coursework, provided it is repeatable, at the next available occasion please see dates below.

soas coursework regulations

The credits associated with a condoned fail will count towards the credit total for the degree, but the condoned fail mark will be considered when regulaions the classification. Please see below for further information on: