Answered By: Hayley Hughes Last Updated: Sep 07, 2015 Views: 842
We want our students to be as successful as possible, and we know that sometimes a module does not go quite the way you planned. Under certain circumstances, a student will be allowed to re-sit a module. If you have failed to attain the overall pass mark for a module (50% or more), you are normally permitted one re-sit of that module. A second re-sit will be allowed for the intake module of your programme. There are, however, several conditions that must be taken into account in regards to re-sitting modules that you will need to be aware of.
These guidelines refer only to those programmes of study offered online in partnership with Laureate Online Education and do not include any programmes, however similar, offered on campus.
For more details on how the University handles re-sitting modules and what the best course of action might be for you, see our full guidelines for re-sitting modules.
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