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    Progression

    Understanding your progression decision

    Every year the Programme Progression Boards (PPB) meet to decide whether you have passed sufficient credits to continue on your chosen programme of study.

    This is the full list of progression codes to help you understand what they mean and if any action needs to be taken by you.

    • Progression FAQs

      • Satisfactory and continuing

        FY - full time/PY - part time: satisfactory and continuing
        Congratulations, you have passed sufficient credit to carry on to the next stage of your programme.  Please ensure that you enrol at the beginning of the academic year.

        RG: progress to final stage
        Congratulations, you have passed sufficient credit to continue on to the dissertation stage of your programme.  Please ensure that you enrol at the beginning of the academic year.

      • You need to take action

        DD: see the Progression & Support Team

        You need to contact a member of the Progression & Support Team as a matter of urgency, to discuss the options open to you. It may be that you have been ill or otherwise prevented from attending classes and the possibility of your progression will be viewed sympathetically, particularly if you have suffered extenuating circumstances.
        Or you may have withdrawn from the University, or transferred to another University, without informing us – please let us know.

        If you don't make contact with us you may jeopardise your chances of continuing in higher education and there may be financial implications.

        If we do not hear from you immediately, we will begin the process of withdrawing you from the University and if appropriate, your Local Education Authority and/or Student Loans Company will be informed.

        FL - full time/PL - part time: continue with credit deficit

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue on your programme of study.  However, at the moment you are short of credit for your qualification.  This may be because you have outstanding reassessments or deferred assessments to complete.  Check your myUniHub record 'My Grades and Progression' for further information.

        If you need to make up a shortfall in credit please contact the Progression and Support Team via UniHelp

        FLN - full time/PLN part time: continue with a credit deficit, must pass outstanding assessment

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue on your programme of study.  However, you have outstanding reassessments or deferred assessments which must be completed at the next available opportunity, in order for you to continue.  Check your myUniHub record 'My Grades and Progression' for further information.

        FP: return to full time study

        You have now passed sufficient credit to return to study full time. Please be aware, if you are still short of credit for your qualification, you may need to take additional modules in the future.  A summary of your credit can be found in your myUniHub record 'My Grades and Progression' for further information.

        Now that you have returned to full time study you will need to confirm your future module choices, fix your personal timetable and enrol.  If you would prefer to continue studying part-time, please discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp.

        FR: repeat stage of programme

        Unfortunately you have not passed sufficient credit to continue onto the next stage of your programme.  However, you are permitted to repeat a stage of your programme on a full time basis.

        You must discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp in order to plan your future modules, and to discuss any possible future liability for fees or financial implications.

        FYA - full time: satisfactory and continuing, add modules or
        FLA - full time: continue with credit deficit, add modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full time (or sandwich) student.  Please be aware that at the moment you don't have all your future module choices registered.  You need to do this as quickly as possible.  If you need advice on planning your future programme, please discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp.

        FYM – full time: satisfactory and continuing change future modules or
        FLM – full time: continue with credit deficit, change future modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full time (or sandwich) student.  However, you need to change your future module choices because they are incorrect. This may be because you have failed assessment in a compulsory module. You will require  advice on planning your future programme, please contact the Progression and Support Team via UniHelp.

        FYT – full time: satisfactory and continuing, change of programme required or FLT – full time: continue with credit deficit, change of programme required

        As you have failed assessment in a compulsory module you must change your programme and your future module choices. You can continue in full time study as long as you are given permission to transfer to a different programme of study. Please contact the UniHelp desk as a matter of urgency to discuss the various options open to you, as you will be unable to enrol until the transfer is complete.

        MP - must pass to continue

        In order to be able to continue onto the next stage of your programme you must pass all outstanding assessment at the next available opportunity – please check your handbook and/or with the module leader for tasks/deadlines without delay.

        As you have failed or deferred one or more of your modules you are now short of the number of credits that you should have at this stage of your programme.

        NN - must complete/resit deferrals

        You cannot continue with future study until you have completed your outstanding deferred/reassessments that are indicated on your MyUniHub 'My Grades and Progression' record.

        You should attempt these assessments at the next available opportunity and check the university examination timetable regularly.  Before you can return to study (on either a full-time or part-time basis), the Programme Progression Board will review your position once you have taken your assessment and you will be notified of its decision.

        In the meantime, you are permitted to use the learning resources at the University (library and computers). You may need to contact UniHelp to obtain a letter of permission to submit to the library or computer centre.

        PYA – part time: satisfactory and continuing add modules or PLA – part time: continue with credit deficit, add modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a part time student.  Please be aware that at the moment you don't have all your future module choices registered. You need to do this as quickly as possible. If you need advice on planning your future programme, please discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp.

        PYM – part time: satisfactory and continuing, change future modules or PLM – part time or continue with credit deficit, change future modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a part time student.  However, you need to change your future module choices because they are incorrect. This may be because you have failed assessment in a compulsory module.  You will require  advice on planning your future programme, please contact the Progression and Support Team via UniHelp.

        PYT – part time: satisfactory and continuing, change of programme required or
        PLT – part time: continue with credit deficit, change of programme required

        As you have failed assessment in a compulsory module you must change your programme and your future module choices. You can continue in part time study as long as you are given permission to transfer to a different programme of study. Please discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp as a matter of urgency to discuss the various options open to you, as you will be unable to enrol until the transfer is complete.

        RL: progress to final stage with a credit deficit

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue on to the dissertation stage of your programme. However, you currently have outstanding assessment to complete, which must be completed at the next available opportunity. You should be aware that progressing with a credit deficit is at your own risk and you must successfully complete any outstanding assessment AND your dissertation in order to gain a Masters qualification.

        XX: can continue part time You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student.  You can continue as a part time student and if you pass sufficient credits, will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future.

        You must discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp in order to plan your future modules, and to discuss any possible future liability for fees or financial implications.

        XXA: can continue part-time, add future modules

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You can continue as a part time student and if you pass sufficient credits, will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. Please also be aware that at the moment you don't have all your future module choices registered. You need to do this as quickly as possible.
        There may also be financial implications.

        XXN: can continue part time, must pass outstanding assessment

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student.  You can continue as a part time student and if you pass sufficient credits, will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. You also have outstanding reassessments or deferred assessments which must be completed at the next available opportunity (normally September), in order for you to continue on your current programme of study.
        There may also be financial implications.

        XXT: can continue part time, change of future programme required

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You can continue as a part time student and if you pass sufficient credits, will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. As you have failed assessment in a compulsory module you must change your programme and your future module choices.
        There may also be financial implications.

      • You cannot continue on your studies


        FF - FAIL: no reassessment

        Unfortunately, you have failed your programme of study and cannot continue as a student of the University as, under our regulations, you have now exhausted your entitlement to be reassessed.  Therefore, your studies at the University have been terminated.  We will now, if appropriate, inform your Local Education Authority and/or Student Loans Company, that you have been withdrawn from the University.

        You may have acquired enough credits to entitle you to an interim qualification.  Please consult the current University Regulations and if you think you are eligible please discuss this either in person at the UniHelp Desk or contact UniHelp.

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