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Welsh version - Our Student Complaints and Appeals Procedure

Mae'r Gweithdrefnau Cwynion ac Apeliadau i Fyfyrwyr yn eich galluogi i dynnu sylw'r Brifysgol at faterion sy'n peri pryder o ran eich profiad dysgu neu benderfyniadau sy'n gysylltiedig â'ch mynediad at ddysgu neu'ch profiad dysgu, ac yn darparu dulliau o ddatrys y pryderon hynny.

NODER: Os ydych yn fyfyriwr anabl ac yn dymuno cael copi o'r weithdrefn hon mewn fformat amgen, cysylltwch â'r Swyddfa Gwaith Achos Myfyrwyr. Dylech hefyd gysylltu â'r Swyddfa Gwaith Achos Myfyrwyr os hoffech drafod unrhyw addasiadau rhesymol i'r gweithdrefnau hyn er mwyn ystyried eich anabledd ac unrhyw gymorth ychwanegol y gallai fod ei angen arnoch er mwyn codi a bwrw ymlaen â'ch cwyn neu'ch apêl oherwydd eich anabledd.

Whistleblowing - Public Interest Disclosure Policy

This Public Interest Disclosure policy provides guidance to staff and students wishing to raise their reasonable suspicions about irregularities in the running of the University or of the activities of colleagues within the University.  It is in line with the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 and explains what steps can be taken if there are any concerns.

The guidance does not replace the University’s existing policies and procedures in relation to grievances, harassment, disciplinary matters or student complaints. Further information is given about situations where injustices or discrimination affect an individual personally, or where there is suspected fraud or financial irregularities.

Withdrawals, Deferrals and Cancellations

You’ll find explanations of the rules that apply if you want to defer or withdraw from your studies, or want to change your choice of module or qualification.

Information about Deferrals, Withdrawals and Cancellation was brought together to form a single document called Changing Your Study Plans Policy from the Academic Year 2018/19 which applies to the Academic Year 2018/2019 starting from 1 August 2018.

For study started before 1 August 2018, the policy below applies.

Policies and Procedures for Academic Years starting before 2018/2019

These documents explain the rules that apply if you want to defer or withdraw from your studies or want to change your choice of module or qualification. To see the rules that apply to you, click on the link for the academic year in which the standalone module or the relevant module within a qualification you are studying started:

Please note the Deferrals and Withdrawals Policy 2014/15 to 2015/16 continues to apply in the 2016/17 academic year for students resident in England or outside of the UK who are receiving transitional fee arrangements, and also continues to apply in the 2017/18 academic year for students eligible for an additional year of discounted fees.

This document explains the procedure you must follow to defer or withdraw from your studies or to change your choice of module or qualification.

Assessment Banking

If you wish to defer a module and retain the scores from assessments you have completed please refer to the rules on Assessment Banking.

Working out your class of honours

The honours degree classification process is explained, and threshold scores are given for the different categories of honours degree.  Two worked examples show how the process is applied to individual student records.