If you are shortly sitting an examination you should note that there have been some significant amendments to the University’s exam regulations that will affect you. Below is a summary of the main changes:
1) Examinations will no longer be preceded by 10 minutes reading time; (this means that standard start times are 9.30am/2.00pm)
2) Candidates may only take to their desk the equipment required to complete the examination which must be clearly visible to the invigilators. If candidates wish to use a pencil case or small bag, it must be made of clear plastic.
3) No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination room during the first 30 minutes or last 30 minutes – this regulation has been standardised for examinations of varying duration;
4) No candidate will be admitted to the examination venue after the first 30 minutes of the examination - this regulation has been standardised for examinations of varying duration;
5) Candidates are not permitted to visit the toilet during the first hour of an examination unless a medical condition has previously been identified.
Examination candidates will be admitted 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
Further information can be found on the Examinations webpage.
Student Attendance Monitoring (SAM) using proximity readers, will be running
in Brook, Darwin, Harrington and Vernon buildings as well as in Harrington from 27th January 2014.
Where this notice is displayed students will be required to scan their corporate card on entering the room to record attendance at teaching events. Further information is available on The <i> news Pages.
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As you may be aware, UCLan is currently undergoing a series of changes which will affect both academic and support staff over the coming months. Like many other universities throughout England we are undergoing change in light of Government policy, changing expectations of our students and wider economic impacts on Higher Education. We need to make sure that we are adaptable and agile, to keep up with change and anticipate future developments. For instance, there are areas of the University that will continue to grow as market demand increases and there are areas where market demand is less strong which we will need to manage. The most important thing is that all of our activities are, and will continue to be, focussed on improving the student experience and this will remain at the heart of everything we do.Although change can be a challenge we will be making all our adjustments in a way that minimises any impact and disruption to our students. This document hopes to address concerns and provide answers to some of the questions you may have about the future development of UCLan. If you have other questions please ask them via the web link at the end of the Q&A section and we will respond to you as soon as possible.