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Withdrawing from your Course

Withdrawing from your studies can have many implications on you at the time of withdrawal and in the future.

This includes the following (amongst others):

  • Your agreement with a sponsor (and in some cases the requirement to pay back or return funds to a sponsor)
  • Your visa and Tier 4 status
  • Your entitlement to funding through bodies such as the Student Loans Company

If you are considering withdrawing from your studies, you should discuss this with your Personal Tutor or Student Liaison Officer in the first instance. You may also wish to seek further advice and guidance from Student Money and Advice and the International Student Advice Service.
All of these can help to discuss your options and let you know what impact a permanent withdrawal may have.

If you then still wish to withdraw from your studies, you are required to complete a Withdrawal Form and submit this to your Student Administrator.

Assessments will be performed according to our university General Student Regulations.

Get further advice about the implications of changing or leaving your course.

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