Statements of Principles, Policies and Guidelines
Statements of Principles
The University has a range of Statements of Principles which inform and guide all core areas of its activities and undertakings. Principles relating to Academic Standards and Quality activities include:
- The Principles for Learning, Teaching and Assessment summarise the values upholding all learning, teaching and assessment for all undergraduate and postgraduate full-time and part-time degree programmes at Lancaster University.
- The Student Support Principles summarise Lancaster University’s policy on student support for students registered on its undergraduate and postgraduate full-time and part-time degree programmes.
Policies in Summary
The University has a number of policies and guidelines related to the Manual of Academic Regulations and Procedures:
- The Admissions Policy outlines our core commitments with respect to entry, admissions, registration, feedback, appeals & complaints, monitoring and review.
- The Academic Contact Policy outlines a set of commitments to undergraduate students on academic contact including: volume and type of teaching; teaching delivery and assessment. These are a set of minimum standards that all students at Lancaster can expect whilst acknowledging that many programmes offer much more.
Frameworks and Guidelines
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