Award-Bearing Handbook

Who this handbook is for

This handbook is for all Continuing Education students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses that lead to a University award—a Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Master's level qualification.

DPhil students of the Department, students on the Bachelor of Theology and associated courses, and students on the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education will receive their own information.

Key sources of information

  • Award-Bearing Handbook (links below): information about studying, services and support at Continuing Education. 
  • Your Course Handbook: detailed arrangements for your course, normally available online when you commence.
  • University Student Handbook: wider University systems and support (some information is more applicable to full-time residential students).
  • Studying with us: includes study skills, disabilities support, funding and welfare.
  • Terms and Conditions: includes contractual information and links to important policies.

If you can't find what you need, please contact us.

Setting up IT access

Your University Card, IT account, registration and initial access to IT services

Student support

Support for student welfare and wellbeing, students with disabilities, and funding

Coursework and examinations

Submitting assessed work and sitting examinations (undergraduate and postgraduate courses)

Academic support, resources and procedures

Support and academic procedures for taught and reseach-based qualifications

Facilities and amenities

Libraries, IT provision, accommdation & catering, and clubs, societies and sports

Student representation

Student representation on course and departmental committees

After your course

Results, graduation and future opportunities for study, career development and community engagement

Policies, codes and guidance

Policies, codes and guidance of the University and the Department for Continuing Education

Student and applicant FAQs

Frequently asked questions about studying at the department