4.7 Degree Schemes with Level 0 (Year One) Modules, e.g. BSc Computer Science (including Foundation Year); BSc Physics Four Year Scheme, etc.

1. If students pursue Level 0 (Year One) modules as part of their degree they will pass if they satisfy all the following conditions in their Level 0 (Year One) module assessments:

(i) passes at 40% or more in 100 credits’ worth of modules

and

(ii) an overall weighted average of at least 40%.

2. Part One students who entered Part One BEFORE September 2018 are normally allowed up to three resit opportunities.  However, they must have passed at least 60 credits to be allowed to take assessments in August. If students have fewer than 60 passed credits they will be required to repeat their first year.

3. Part One students who entered Part One FROM September 2018 are normally allowed to take up to three resit opportunities. Students who have failed 80 credits or fewer will be required to take the next resit opportunity in the summer resit assessment period in August. Students are allowed to be assessed on a maximum of 80 credits in the summer resit period in August. Students who have failed more than 80 credits are not allowed to take any resits in August, and will be required to repeat the year.

4. Students will not be allowed to enter Year Two (Level One Modules) until they have satisfied all the above conditions (i.e. they will not be allowed to retake failed Level 0 modules whilst studying in Year Two).

5. To progress beyond Year Two students must meet the same requirements as laid out under Section 4.2 of the AQH.