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As we approach the winter assessment period below you’ll find important information about how we are keeping our campus safe and minimising the risk of Covid-19 transmission during this time, as well as expectations and regulations in your formal examinations.
The latest developments in the UK and internationally highlight the responsibility we all have to remain vigilant and uphold public health measures to reduce the spread of infection.
Following the most recent Government updates please note that:
Full details of the measures in place on campus can be found on our Campus Safety webpages.
Formal assessments are an essential part of your education and the Covid-19 safety measures we have in place on our campus continue to meet or exceed government guidelines. These measures have proved effective over the last few months in preventing outbreaks and allowing teaching and other activities to continue with minimal disruption.
You will be expected to attend any scheduled in-person (in an exam room on campus) assessments unless you are prevented from doing so by Covid-19 isolation, other illness or other extenuating circumstances.
To minimise coronavirus transmission, you will NOT be permitted to attend in-person (on campus) assessments if you are isolating or experiencing symptoms of Covid-19. You can find detailed information about what to do if you test positive or develop symptoms on the day of your exam or anytime during the assessment period in our detailed FAQs. If you are unable to attend any of your assessments as a result of isolation or illness you should submit an extenuating circumstances claim. Please refer to our guidance documents for further detail.
To help us reduce the risk of transmission of Covid-19 we are asking all students to:
If you have any queries about the details of your assessments, whether online or in person, please contact your School Office. More information about the different types of assessment and the regulations which apply can be found in the Regulations for Online Assessments Taken During COVID19 Pandemic Situation.
The University expects the highest level of academic integrity from every member of our community. Please make sure that you have completed the KnowHow tutorial on academic integrity to ensure you are fully aware of what this entails and why it is so important.
Whether you are taking online assessments or in person examinations on campus, you should not:
In the event that a module coordinator suspects a student of having breached these Regulations, the matter may be referred for consideration under the University’s Policy on Student Conduct and Discipline or Academic Integrity Policy.
There is a wide range of support you can access at any time. If you need support please contact email@example.com or you can book an appointment using our online hub. The University also provides additional 24-hour support through Health Assured, and you can contact them by calling 0800 028 3766 at any time.
Specifically, in relation to assessments, KnowHow provides access to online tutorials to help you prepare for assessments including topics such as Academic Writing, Preparing for Exams, and Time Management. Access the tutorials via the KnowHow: Study for success module on Canvas:
The Liaison Librarian for your subject can also offer specialist subject support when researching for your assignments. Book an online appointment with a Liaison Librarian.
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