Related documents and other sources of information
For most programmes there is a Student Handbook or manual. Typically they contain information on procedures that students will need to follow, with important dates, and academic advice and guidance on how to study and prepare for examinations.
Where available for a programme, the handbook/manual is sent to students when they register and usually annually when any relevant fees are paid.
Admission Notice and Notice to Candidates
An Admission Notice is provided to each student who has entered an examination. The Admission Notice contains the student's candidate number and confirmation of the dates and times of the examination(s) for which they have entered.
The Notice to Candidates contains the prescribed rules for the examination. The notice to candidates is provided to students together with the Admission Notice.
These are sent to each student who enters an examination.
Further information is in the Student Handbook/manual.
Student complaints procedure
The University has a procedure for considering complaints made by International Programmes Students. The objective is to solve problems quickly, simply and fairly.
Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ)
The FHEQ forms part of the academic infrastructure of the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) in England and Wales. University of London awards are identified as being at one of the levels contained within the FHEQ.
List of examination centres
An examination centre is a place where a student goes to attempt their written paper examinations. The University has approved examination centres worldwide. Students are required to sit any written paper examinations at one of these centres.
List of institutions with Diploma Teaching status
For some undergraduate diplomas, registered students are required to attend a teaching institution that has Diploma Teaching status. Diploma Teaching status is granted to a teaching institution through application by the institution and inspection by the Lead College (or Undergraduate Laws Programme) against its established criteria.
Details are in the Regulations.
See also 'How you study' for the relevant programmes on the University of London International Programmes website: www.londoninternational.ac.uk
Guidelines for Examinations
These guidelines contain the details of the responsibilities and conduct of University of London International Academy Boards of Examiners.
The Quality Framework outlines the key principles in which the quality assurance partnership between the central University and the Lead Colleges/Consortia is based
Inclusive Practice Policy
The University has a policy by which the needs of students with disabilities and/or specific access requirements are considered in terms of both their studies and their examinations.
More information can be found on: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk
The University has a Student Charter which is intended to state key mutual obligations between the University of London International Programmes and its International Programmes Students