Programme Information and Regulations
As a student registered with the University of London you are governed by the General Regulations and the Programme Regulations associated with your programme of study.
The General Regulations are applicable to all students registered for a programme of study with the International Academy and provide the rules governing registration and assessment on all programmes(with the exception of Professional Accountancy programmes); they also indicate what you may expect on completion of your programme of study and how you may pursue a complaint, should that be necessary.
Download General Regulations 2015-2016 [pdf: 16pgs 610KB].
General Regulations for Professional Accountancy students
You should use the following links to the General Regulations for the Professional Accountancy programmes. For ease of reference the relevant regulations for the following areas are published separately:
General Regulations 2015-16 Registration [pdf: 4pgs 552KB]
General Regulations 2015-16 Recognition of prior learning [pdf: 5pgs 552KB]
General Regulations 2015-16 Assessment and scheme of award [pdf: 6pgs 559KB]
General Regulations 2015-16 Assessment offences and penalties [pdf: 5pgs 553KB]
In addition to the General Regulations you will have to abide by the rules relevant for your specific programme of study, the Programme Regulations. These are designed and developed by the academics responsible for the programme and normally take account of the associated arrangements on campus. You will find Programme Regulations on the website and, together with the Programme Handbook, they will provide the detailed rules and guidance for your programme of study. Further information about how to use the Programme Handbook and Programme Regulations can be found in the Student Guide.
The Programme Specification has a dedicated button on the Courses webpage for the named award. The Programme Specification gives a broad outline of the structure and content of the programme, the entry level qualifications, as well as the learning outcomes students will achieve as they progress. This provides the overview that can help you decide which programme best suits your professional or personal goals, and the academic requirements for registration. Other information is available on the programme webpage via the Courses tab.
If you have a query about any of the programme information provided please contact us. Registered students should use the ask a question tab in the Student Portal; otherwise the Contact us page should be used.