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    Middlesex University (London) attendance – a guide for students

    Middlesex University is keen to support all students to help enhance their academic potential.  One of the ways we can do this is by monitoring attendance which will allow us to work with you to resolve issues that may prevent you from attending. 

    Studies have shown that a good attendance record has a positive impact on performance and therefore is an important factor in helping you to fulfil your academic potential. If your attendance is unsatisfactory, we will review your complete record. 

    If you experience difficulties beyond your control, which prevent you attending, you should notify your tutor who may be able to offer support and guidance. The University Regulations (C2.1)   state every student must attend those teaching sessions specified in the regulations governing the module/programme.  In addition, Student Finance England and the Home Office (in the case of international students) require attendance to be monitored.  

    If you have any questions please read the frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered please submit a query to UniHelp Online.

    Things you should know about attendance

    Your punctuality and attendance are important, not just for you but for your cohort and peers. If you are frequently late or your attendance falls below the required amount specified in your programme handbook your record will be reviewed.

    • Many parts of the University now use an electronic register to monitor attendance. 
    • It is your responsibility to ensure your attendance is recorded and as a professional courtesy you should let your lecturer know if you are going to be, or have been absent. 
    • If you consistently miss sessions you will be contacted by the Attendance Team or your tutor.
    • Students should therefore make sure they have their student card when attending sessions. 

    Any queries must be referred to the Attendance Team via UniHelp Online.

    Please also see: University Regulations

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