Annex B - Syllabuses
The University will not provide statutes or other documents in the examination room. A student will, however, be permitted to bring into the examination room the statutes and other materials listed in the course syllabuses. A student is permitted to use any edition of the permitted statutes, although they are strongly advised to use the most recent one.
Where statutes or statutory instruments are listed at the end of individual syllabuses this means a 'Queen's Printer' copy of the statute or statutory instrument or a photocopy of a 'Queen's Printer' copy or a 'Print' (PDF) copy (but not a 'Web' (HTML) copy downloaded from the Office of Public Sector Information website and a 'Queen's Printer' copy of any later statute amending or repealing those statutes. 'Queen's Printer' copies must be of the full original statute or statutory instrument and not of the statute or statutory instrument as reprinted in a case book or statute book.
A student may underline and/or highlight passages with a coloured pen in the materials, but all other forms of personal annotation on statutes and other materials permitted to be taken into the examination room are strictly forbidden. A student may highlight different passages with different coloured pens. A student is forbidden to attach self-adhesive notelets or index tags or any other paper to the pages of statute books or other permitted materials.
The details of statutes and other documents given in this Annex are subject to revision by the Board of Examiners and will be superseded by the consolidated list of statutes and other materials which will be circulated to students with the timetable.
A student must comply with the rules governing the use of these materials given in section 4 of the Detailed Regulations.
Details of individual syllabuses may change from year to year. Examinations in any given year are governed by the Regulations and syllabuses for that year. A student is therefore strongly advised to consult the current version of the course syllabus.
Where minor changes have been made to a syllabus this is indicated by the sub-heading 'Amended syllabus'. Where changes have been made only to the materials permitted in the examination room, this is indicated by the sub-heading 'Amended materials'.
A student is advised to refer to the learning outcomes provided in the subject guides.
The examination codes are appended to the course titles and these codes should be used when completing examination entry forms
Note: Students should note that the course code is given next to the course title in Annex A and Annex B of the Programme Specification and Detailed Regulations. Course codes are new from the 2011-12 academic year and replace any previous year's examination numbers. This change does not impact on the syllabus or content of the course. An overview of how old examination numbers are mapped to new course codes can be found on the University of London International Programmes website: www.londoninternational.ac.uk/new_codes