What decision can I Appeal?

The Appeals Procedure is relevant to students who:

  • are prevented from continuing with their studies part way through a level or part, or
  • who fail to qualify to proceed to the next stage of their studies, or
  • who wish to appeal against a final result or the award of an exit qualification, or
  • where the implications of a progression decision have a significant impact on the student’s overall result.
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03-06-2020 13:44
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