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Academic Regulations – Section B
Creation date 10 June 2010  +
Date for review 10 June 2014  +
Equality Forum Feedback This is the first time these regulations h This is the first time these regulations have been impact assessed and the language used has not previously been considered in terms of the various equality strands. There are also two references to ‘his’ or ‘her’ where a gender neutral alternative could be used instead. neutral alternative could be used instead.
Faculty or Service Area Registrar and Secretary's Office +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 15 August 2013 13:16:07  +
Name of policy owner Louise Allen +
Please give examples to support your answers, use evidence where necessary and provide a justification or course of action where it is applicable The aim of this section is to provide cons The aim of this section is to provide consistency and fairness to all applicants across the university. There is no evidence that this policy affects any group more or less than the others. A separate complaints procedure exists for those unhappy with the admissions process. those unhappy with the admissions process.
Please identify which customer groups the policy applies to Staff  +, Students  +
Please identify which of the following protected characteristics are affected more or less by the policy Age  +, Disability  +, Gender  +, Race  +, Religious belief  +, Sexual orientation  +, Socio-economic group (students only)  +, Mode of attendance (part-time or full-time)  +
Purpose of the policy being assessed To state the University’s academic regulat To state the University’s academic regulations relating to the assurance of academic standards, the admission of students and admission with credit. All applicants wishing to join a course of study including those using academic credit. This policy applies to: 1) All existing students. 2) All staff involved in the admissions process including those from external organisations. cluding those from external organisations.
Recommendations To replace the following words with alternatives: e.g B4.4.2 ‘she/he’ with they B4.4.10 ‘her/his’ with their
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