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 the Terms and Conditions for undergraduate students.
Read our policy statement on qualification reforms to A Levels and GCSE’s in England (PDF–71KB).
Find out more about your rights and responsibilities as a postgraduate taught student by reading the Terms and Conditions for postgraduate taught students.
For more information on fees please read the University’s Fee Policy.
Please note, if you apply to the University and are offered a place on a undergraduate or taught postgraduate programme, you will receive a version of the Terms and Conditions and the Fee Policy at offer stage. These will be the versions that will apply to you if you accept a place at the University.