Regulations and policies relating to students can be found online. Policies include:
Research and academic regulations are also included on this webpage. You can also access Leeds Metropolitan's policies on Tuition Fees.
If you are accessing the regulations and policies as part of an appeal or complaint, the Students’ Union Advice Service can offer help in understanding the relevant documents.
We hope that you are happy with life at Leeds Metropolitan and will enjoy studying with us throughout the course of your degree. However, if for some reason you are having difficulties, and are considering leaving our university, then it is important that you seek advice and support as soon as possible.
Speak to a Student Hub adviser who will help you find the appropriate people with whom you can discuss your decision.If, after consultation with a Student Hub adviser, you still wish to withdraw, then it is important you are aware of how this might impact you. See the General Regulations paragraph 12.6.2 and 3 below:
If you are a full-time home/EU undergraduate Student and have deferred payment of your fees under the UK Government’s student finance scheme, your fees will be reassessed in accordance with national guidelines published by the Student Loans Company. If you withdraw within two weeks of the start of the first liability period, you will not be liable for any tuition fee. If you withdraw after the second week of the first liability period and before the start of the second liability period, you will be liable for 25 per cent of the annual tuition fee. If you withdraw after the start of the second liability period and before the start of the third liability period, you will be liable for 50 per cent of the annual tuition fee. If you withdraw after the start of the third liability period, you will be liable for 100 per cent of the annual tuition fee. The dates of liability periods are set out in Schedule A to these Regulations.
For all other Students, fee liability will be reassessed on the number of term-time weeks that have elapsed up to the point of withdrawal. Weeks will be counted from the start of the academic year up to the date of withdrawal. Calculations will be based on a percentage of 30 weeks except for long courses (taught masters and accelerated learning) where the base is 45 weeks and postgraduate research where the base is 52 weeks. For example an undergraduate Student withdrawing after 15 weeks would be liable for fifty per cent of the full fee. To avoid disputes on withdrawal dates you are recommended to obtain written confirmation of your date of withdrawal from your Faculty when concluding the withdrawal procedure.
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