A range of resources to help departments understand and implement the new regulations for the 2018-19 academic session.
Regulations Comparison Tables
Not sure which regulations have changed?
The Regulations Comparison Tables provide a quick-reference guide to the changes in the main UCL regulations from year to year:
Please note that these cover the main UCL regulations and do not include the full detail of all the former variations and derogations.
Which regulations apply to students who are interrupted, deferred, resitting or repeating from previous years?
Education Committee has agreed the following policies to act as a reference point for Boards of Examiners when making decisions. It covers the most common scenarios that might arise, however there are occasionally more complex cases which require more individualised solutions. If you are unsure about the most appropriate course of action, please contact the Academic Policy and Quality Assurance team at email@example.com who can discuss precedents and options with you.
Undergraduate Condonement Mitigation Policy
Will the new UG condonement regulations affect students’ classifications?
Whilst the majority of regulatory changes apply to all students as soon as they enrol on the 2018-19 academic session, UCL Education Committee has agreed that the new UG Classification regulations will be phased in to ensure that UCL meets the requirements of the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA). As a result, there will be a number of years in which the new Condonement regulations and the old Classification regulations are applied together.
The following policy should be followed to mitigate against any potential impact on students’ Classifications during the transition period: