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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 gained all module credit to carry on to the next stage of your programme.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – please submit your query via a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        RG: progress to final stage

        Congratulations, you have gained all module credit to continue on to the dissertation/project stage of your programme.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – please submit your queries via a Progression Enquiry Form

        You may be required to re-enrol via MyUniHub

      • You need to take action

        DD: see the Progression & Support Team

        You have not gained sufficient module credit and therefore you need to contact a member of the Progression & Support Team as a matter of urgency - you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        We need to discuss your intentions and outline any options available to you. If you do not make contact with the Progression & Support Team you will not be permitted to continue with your studies.

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

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue to the next stage of your programme, however, you are currently lacking module credit which you will need to make up before completing your studies.  Please contact theProgression & Support Teamfor further guidance on how and when you can make up your module credit - you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        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 assessments (re-sit/deferred) which must be completed at the next available opportunity, in order for you to gain sufficient credit for your qualification.  Check your MyLearning pages for further information on your outstanding assessment(s) and deadline(s). If the information is not available, please contact your module leader directly.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression– you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FP: return to full time study

        You have now passed sufficient credit to return to study full time.  Now that you have returned to full time study, compulsory modules will be registered and timetabled for you.  If your programme of study offers optional modules you will need to select them via the online module registration form here.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FR: repeat stage of programme

        You are permitted to repeat a stage of your programme on a full time basis.  This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding.  Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance. Compulsory modules will be registered and timetabled for you.  If your programme of study offers optional modules you will need to select them via the online module registration form here.  We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FYA - full time/PYA- part-time:  satisfactory and continuing, add modules 

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full time student.  Please be aware that at the moment you don't have all your future option modules registered and you need to select option modules as soon as possible.  Students studying full-time can select option modules by completing the module registration form.  Students studying part-time will need to submit a ‘changes to study form’ in order to add or change an option module.  We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FLA - full time/PLA – part-time: continue with credit deficit and add modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full time student, however you are currently lacking module credit which you will need to make up before completing your studies. Please contact theProgression & Support Teamfor further guidance on how and when you can make up your module credit - you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FYM – full-time/PYM part-time: satisfactory and continuing change future modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full 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. Please contact the Progression & Support Team for further guidance - you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FLM – full time/PLM part-time: continue with credit deficit, change future modules

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue your studies as a full time student, however you are currently lacking module credit which you will need to make up before completing your studies. You also need to change your future module choices because they are incorrect. This may be because you have failed assessment in a compulsory module.

        Please contact the Progression & Support Team to discuss –  you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        FYT – full time/PYT part-time: satisfactory and continuing, change of programme required

        As you have failed assessment in a compulsory module and you must change your programme and your future module registrations. We need to discuss this decision with you before you can enrol for the next stage of your studies.  Please contact the Progression & Support Team to discuss –  you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        FLT – full time/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.  We need to discuss this decision with you before you can enrol for the next stage of your studies.  Please contact the Progression & Support Team to discuss –  you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        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, MyLearning module pages and/or with the module leader for information relating to the assessment tasks and deadlines without delay.

        Once assessment has been completed your progression will be re-considered. If you do not attempt assessment at the next available opportunity you risk academic failure and therefore you may not be permitted to continue with your studies  You can get support with your studies from the Learning Enhancement Team (LET) – including booking one-to-one tutorials and utilising online resources.  You can see what support they offer at this link: http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/your-study/learning-enhancement-team.

        Information about support from the Librarians can be seen here: http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/your-study/library-and-it-support/help-and-support

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        NN - must complete/resit deferrals

        You cannot continue with future study until you have completed 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.  If you do not attempt assessment at the next available opportunity you may be at risk of failing and not being allowed to continue with your studies.  

        Before you can return to study (on either a full-time or part-time basis), the Programme Progression Board will review your academic profile 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).

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression or your studies generally – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        RL: progress to final stage with a credit deficit

        You have passed sufficient credit to continue on to the dissertation/project stage of your programme. However, you currently have outstanding (re-sit/deferred) 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/project in order to gain a postgraduate qualification.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression or your studies generally – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        You may be required to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        XX: can continue part time

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You have been given an exceptional opportunity to repeat module(s) on a part time basis in order to gain the necessary credits to remain on your chosen programme and progress to the next stage. If you pass sufficient credits, you will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding. Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        XXA: can continue part time and add modules

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You have been given an exceptional opportunity to repeat module(s) on a part time basis in order to gain the necessary credits to remain on your chosen programme and progress to the next stage. If you pass sufficient credits, you will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future.

        Please be aware that at the moment you don't have all your future option modules registered and you need to select option modules as soon as possible.  Please submit a ‘changes to study form’ in order to add or change an option module.  This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding.  Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        XXT: can continue part time and change of programme required

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student and as you have failed assessment in a compulsory module you must change your programme and your future module registrations. You have been given an exceptional opportunity to repeat module(s) on a part time basis in order to gain the necessary credits to progress to the next stage of your new programme. If you pass sufficient credits, you will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding.  Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        XXN: can continue part time and must pass outstanding assessment

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You have been given an exceptional opportunity to repeat module(s) on a part time basis in order to gain the necessary credits to remain on your chosen programme and progress to the next stage. You also have outstanding assessments which must be completed at the next available opportunity in order for you to gain sufficient credit for your qualification.  Check your MyLearning pages for further information on your

        outstanding assessment(s) and deadline(s). If the information is not available, please contact your module leader directly.  If you pass sufficient credits, you will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding.  Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub

        XXM: can continue part time and change future modules

        You have not passed sufficient credit to continue as a full time student. You have been given an exceptional opportunity to repeat module(s) on a part time basis in order to gain the necessary credits to remain on your chosen programme and progress to the next stage, 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. Please contact the Progression & Support Team for further guidance. If you pass sufficient credits, you will be permitted to return to full-time study in the future. This will have an impact on fee liability and may impact your eligibility for student funding.  Please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team (SWAT) – see contact details here for information, advice & guidance.

        We are available to answer any queries relating to your progression – you can contact us by telephone: 020 8411 4423, or online by completing a Progression Enquiry Form

        Don’t forget to re-enrol via MyUniHub in early September

      • 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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