Academic Regulations: Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
|School||Electronics and Computer Science|
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
With exit awards of:
Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
|Programme(s)||PhD Complex Systems Simulation (ECS) (closed to applicants)|
|Last modified||April 2023|
The Academic Regulations apply to and regulate the programme(s) listed above.
On occasion, programmes can be exempted from one or more of the clauses in the Regulations; one or more of the clauses can be varied; and programmes can impose additional requirements.
- Exemptions are characterised by the omission of the relevant clause.
- Variations are characterised by the replacement of the clause with alternative wording.
- Additions are characterised by requirements in addition to those detailed in the Academic regulations.
The programmes listed have approval from the Academic Quality and Standards Committee for the exemptions and/or variations and/or additions to the regulations noted below.
The clause(s) listed below describe where an exemption to the Regulations exists:
The clause(s) listed below describe where a variation to the Regulations exists:
The clause(s) listed below are in addition to the Regulations:
- Students enrolled on the PhD Complex Systems Simulation (ECS) programme will progress from the taught component to the research component if they pass all modules, obtain an average mark of 60 or more over all taught modules, achieve a project mark of 65 or more, and provide a fully developed research proposal, which has been approved by the Programme Team.
These regulations should be read in conjunction with the programme specification.
As a research-led University, we undertake a continuous review of our programmes to ensure quality enhancement and to manage our resources. As a result, these regulations may be revised during a student’s period of registration, however, any revision will be balanced against the requirement that the student should receive the educational service expected. Please read our Disclaimer to see why, when and how changes may be made to a student’s programme.