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  1. Academic alerts

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-student-progression-academic-alerts/academic-alerts.pdf

    This policy concerns all matters relating to Academic Alerts including types and status, attendance monitoring and procedures for issuing and managing academic alerts.

  2. Language correction

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-learning-and-teaching-language-correction/language-correction.pdf

    This policy provides guidance for students and staff on language correction and proof-reading services.

  3. Education strategy

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-quality-and-standards/education_strategy.pdf

    The Education Strategy supports the four distinct themes in the overall University Strategy: World-leading St Andrews, Diverse St Andrews, Global St Andrews and Entrepreneurial St Andrews, and reflects the core commitment to social responsibility.

  4. Changes to studies

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-student-progression-changes-to-studies/changes-to-studies.pdf

    This policy relates to requests from students to change registered modules or their degree programme.

  5. Undergraduate senate regulations 2020-2021

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-ug-senate-regulations/ug-senate-regs-2020-21.pdf

    Senate regulations governing all undergraduate degrees.

  6. Coursework penalties

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-coursework-penalties/coursework-penalties.pdf

    This policy applies to penalties incurred for late coursework and to coursework of incorrect length.

  7. Undergraduate senate regulations 2019-2020

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-ug-senate-regulations/ug-senate-regs--2019-20.pdf

    Senate regulations governing all undergraduate degrees.

  8. Honorary appointments

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-honorary-appointments/honorary-appointments.pdf

    This policy includes eligibility and criteria. approval authority, procedures, duration, rights and responsibilities and Academic Profiles for Honorary Appointments.

  9. Rights and responsibilities of honorary appointees

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-honorary-appointments/rights-and-responsibilities-of-honorary-appointees.pdf

    This document describes the rights and responsibilities of Honorary Appointees.

  10. Written Proctored Examinations

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-examination-rules/written-proctored-examinations.pdf

    These Examination Rules govern all University examinations and students are advised to read and understand these Rules before sitting examinations.

  11. Online examination policy

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-examination-rules/online-examination.pdf

    This policy relates to assessments scheduled using an online delivery method. Students must ensure that they have read and fully understand this policy before sitting online examinations.

  12. Take-home exams

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-take-home-exams-and-assessment-deadlines/take-home-policy.pdf

    This policy provides a definition and requirements for Take-Home exams.

  13. Use of captured content – Guidance for staff

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-learning-and-teaching-lecture-capture-policy/lecture-capture-staff-guidance.pdf

    This guidance supports the Policy on the Use of Captured Content and is for use by University staff.

  14. Academic alerts (student guidance)

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-student-progression-academic-alerts/academic-alerts-student-guidance.pdf

    This guidance outlines the issues and support available to students in relation to academic alerts and should be read in conjunction with the Policy on Academic Alerts.

  15. Good academic practice: Guidance for students and frequently asked questions

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-good-academic-practice/good-academic-practice-guidance-for-students-frequently-asked-questions.pdf

    Guidance and FAQs concerning academic misconduct.

  16. Use of plagiarism detection software

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-plagiarism-detection-software/plagiarism-detection.pdf

    This policy relates to the University's use of plagiarism detection software, the limitations of the software and the key issues for both Schools and students.

  17. Take-home exams: Guidance for students

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-take-home-exams-and-assessment-deadlines/take-home-exams-guidance-for-students.pdf

    This document provides students with guidance for Take-home exams

  18. Setting up boards of adjudication using teams

    Password protected https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-good-academic-practice/internal/setting-up-boards-of-adjudication-using-teams.pdf

    Guidance to setting up Board of Adjudication during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  19. Take-home exams: Guidance for staff

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-assessment-examination-and-award-take-home-exams-and-assessment-deadlines/take-home-exams-guidance-for-staff.pdf

    This document provides guidance for staff in organising Take-home exams.

  20. Early release of module information Guidance for Schools

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/academic-policies-curriculum-early-release-of-module-information/early-release-of-module-information.pdf

    These guidelines advise Schools on the early release of module information to students, as identified by the University's Collaboration Statement.