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User's Guide to the General Regulations:

2017 / 2018 Academic Session
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When would a student be deemed ineligible to continue on a programme?

Where the relevant governing board (Programme Board or Graduate School Board) of a programme deems a student’s performance and progression within their programme to be academically unacceptable, the relevant governing board shall refer the case in line with the University's continuation process, with a recommendation and supporting evidence, to Academic Council or its relevant sub-committee to decide whether the student is or is not eligible to continue in that programme.
(General Regulation 5.16)

 

Can a student who was deemed ineligible be re-admitted?

Where the relevant governing board (Programme Board or Graduate School Board) of a programme receives an application to admit or re-admit to a programme a student who had been deemed ineligible to continue in a programme under General Regulation 5.16, the relevant governing board shall refer the case in line with the University's continuation process, with a recommendation and supporting evidence, to Academic Council or its relevant sub-committee to decide whether the student is or is not eligible to be admitted or re-admitted. 
(General Regulation 5.16.1)