|Degrees Awarded after Advanced Study
|Candidates for a degree awarded after completion of a programme of advanced study shall be graduates or able to satisfy the Senate by their qualifications or experience of their fitness to enter the programme.
|The programme of study shall include not less than 90 credits of a 180-credit programme in the University or in an institution affiliated to, or associated with, the University (see Ordinances 30 and 31). Exceptionally, this minimum number may be reduced in recognition of credits accumulated from study elsewhere. In every case, the final 60 credits of the programme, including the dissertation or main project, shall be studied in the University or affiliated or associated institution.
|No candidate shall be admitted to the examination without
|(a) having completed the period of study prescribed in the Regulations governing the Degree
|(b) having pursued the curriculum prescribed for that Degree
|(c) having submitted course work as prescribed for that Degree.
|Where a student is, or has been, studying at the University under the provisions of a consortium, joint, or multiple awards scheme to which:
|(a) the University is a signatory, and
|(b) the student is registered with the University as a "visiting student" for the purposes of the scheme and
|(c) the scheme provides for an intermediate or exit award
|Senate may recommend the conferment of such an award of the University, or credits for study, undertaken wholly at the University and assessed by it, for which students have satisfactorily met the requirements for that award or credit.