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Progression warning

You will receive a progression warning letter from the relevant Associate Dean/Provost if your module results in the preceding semester put you at risk of not gaining enough credits in the current academic year to meet Senate Regulations on minimum progression rates.

The link above is for full-time study; see the links in the neighbouring sections for other modes of study.

The progression warning letter will explain the risk and its potential consequences (your studies being placed under probation). You may be required to meet your Adviser of Studies, the relevant Associate Dean/Provost or Director of Teaching, Student Services or CEED, and in any case you will be encouraged to get in contact if you need clarification or help.

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