- University Progression and Graduation Rules -
In Years 3 and 4 the University progression and graduation rules normally require full passes in 80 credits of courses with an overall average of 40% or more for the 120 credits of study taken in the relevant honours year.
- Chemical Engineering Progression and Graduation Rules -
In Years 3 and 4, due to the requirements of the professional accrediting body for Chemical Engineering, progression and graduation, requires passes in at least 100 credit points worth of courses AND an overall average of 40% or more for the 120 credits of study taken in the relevant honours year.
- Resits for Professional Purposes -
Students NOT achieving full passes in 100 credits will be required to take 'Resits for Professional Purposes' (RPPs) in the courses where they obtained less than 40%.
Progression or graduation will then only be permitted once the equivalent of full passes in at least 100 credits of courses has been achieved, however, the mark obtained at the first attempt will be used to calculate the final year average and degree award.
- Transfer to MEng -
Students on a BEng programme who achieve an average of 55% or more in Year 3 will be given the option to transfer to Year 4 of the MEng programme. This decision should be made prior to the start of the new academic year.