Student Conduct

Students are expected to observe University policies and procedures, to respect persons and property and to show courtesy and consideration at all times. The University hopes that the need for disciplinary action will be rare. Any alleged misconduct will be dealt with in accordance with these procedures.

 Student Conduct - Frequently Asked Questions.

Previous years' regulations are available on request from the Student Casework Uni. Please email:

Allegation of Student Misconduct

Request for Review

  • Risk Assessment Request for a Review Form English | Cymraeg
  • Request for Review of a Student Conduct Outcome Form English | Cymraeg
  • Guidance Notes for Request for Review of a Student Conduct Decision Form English | Cymraeg

The following are key changes to the student casework regulations for the 2018/19 academic year. All regulations have been updated to include reference to the Dubai Campus where appropriate.

  • The addition of ‘carrying weapons, for example knives, whilst on a university campus’ to the list of offences that could cause a health and safety concern.
  • The addition of ‘temporary suspension of a student from their placement’ to the list of precautionary actions that can be taken for the purpose of investigation.
  • Clarification that in a criminal case, where a student has received a conviction/caution, further investigation by the University will not be required as the conviction/caution will be taken as evidence that the behaviour took place.
  • Clarification that a student will be issued with a Completion of Procedures Letter if a request for review is deemed not eligible.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) have now replaced the Data Protection Act. An explanation of how the University will use your data can be found here and in the Communication Plan above. Please note that in accordance with GDPR Regulations any third party supporting evidence will only be accepted if it is accompanied by a completed Third Party Consent Form.