These set out your rights and responsibilities as a student, and they form a legally binding contract between you and the University. They state the obligations of both parties to each other as well as information on programmes, tuition fees and complaints, cancellation and termination rights and data protection and intellectual property principles. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions, you cannot become a member of the University and will not be able to study here.
Find out more about your rights and responsibilities as an undergraduate student by reading our Student Contract (PDF - 295KB) and the University's Fee Policy for Undergraduate Students (PDF - 154KB).
We try our best to ensure the module listing is accurate, but module availability can change from year to year and the University cannot guarantee that an optional module appearing on the website will definitely run.
Entry to each optional module is at the discretion of the Programme Director. Although we always try to take into account your interests and preferences, this means that even if an optional module is running the University cannot guarantee you will be able to take it.
The University makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the information provided on the programme pages of the website is accurate and up-to-date. However, it may be necessary for the University to make some changes to the information provided and in those circumstances we will made reasonable efforts to update the information on our site.
However, we make no representations, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied, that the content on our site is accurate, complete and up-to-date and should you have any questions about the programme or study at the University, then please read the contact box below to find out who to speak to.
No longer want to accept your course offer?
You can download our cancellation form (609Kb) to cancel your agreement with the University within 14 days of accepting a place.