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.

                                  - Online Training Guide. 


Procedural Flowcharts

    Previous years' regulations are available on request from the Student Casework Unit. Please email: [email protected]
  • Addendum to Student Code of Conduct for Covid-19  English | Welsh
  • Guidance for dealing with breaches of the Student Code of Conduct for Covid-19  English |Welsh
  • Process Flowchart  English | Welsh


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 2021/22 academic year.

  • Change of reference from Associate Registrar (Student Casework) to Head of Student Casework (sections 3, 6 and 7)
  • Removal of the wording “the committee would have reached” for clarity of application of 7.3 (b) to both Stage 1 and Stage 2, as the “committee” only refers to Stage 2. Explicit mention of “the committee” in (b) means that it may not apply to Stage 1 which is managed by the Dean of Faculty/other and therefore recommended to remove.
  • Addition of an ordinary timeframe of three months for bringing allegations of misconduct to align to OIA requirements and procedural fairness. Added section 2.14, the exception to the ordinary timeframe of three months is for any case involving an allegation of misconduct which is also a criminal offence (see section 6.7-6.10) or unless there is a good reason why the allegation of misconduct was not brought within three months.
  • Risk Assessment
  • Removal of reference to Academic Director Dubai campus (section3)
  • Change of reference from Associate Registrar: Student Casework to Head of Student Casework (sections 3 and 17)

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