The following requests relate to procedure on terminating student status 8.
Please state precisely the University procedure to terminate a student status, particularly, whether it is the University practice to send a termination notice or warning letter to the Student before status termination. Please state whether, when a student status is terminated, all email communication inside the Student’s University-email address are retained on the University’s system beyond the status termination date.
If a research student final thesis was received (by post) at the University on a date the University deemed to be after the student registration has lapsed, please state whether it is the University policy to automatically FAIL-WITHDRAW or exclude the student from the University.
Also, please state for the period between 1st January 2012 and 30th August 2017: 10.1.
If yes, for how long are they retained on the system?
The following requests relate to policy on student exclusion 10.
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