Current students
  1. About
  2. Academic
  3. Administration
  4. Health, wellbeing, faith & sport
  5. IT Support
  6. Careers & work experience
  7. Accommodation
  8. Policy & regulation
  9. Online store
  10. A-Z of services
Current students

Student policy and regulation

City, University of London publishes information on its website about City policy and regulation that affects your studies.

City policy that is relevant to students is published on the City website, and also in your Student Handbook, provided annually to you at the start of each academic year. Please read your handbook carefully.

Below is a list of some key City policy and regulatory information that is of relevance to students:

Policy areaDetailOwner
Student Charter: We are CityThe Student Charter - We are City - articulates the mutual responsibilities and aspirations that exist between City, University of London Students, the institution and the City Students' Union.City, University of London Senate
Information Services User RegulationsThe regulations that all users of City's Libraries, E-Learning and IT Services are required to agree and adhere to.Information Services
Library
Library Code of ConductThe rules and guidelines that all Library users are required to abide by in their use of the Service.Information Services
Library
Senate RegulationsCity  Regulations approved by the City, University of London Senate.City, University of London Senate
AttendanceCity's policy on attendance, and what to do if you want to change your course or leave City.Student & Academic Services
Quality ManualThe Quality Manual provides information about City's Quality Assurance procedures, including academic policy and regulation.City, University of London Senate
City, University of London Assessment RegulationsSenate Regulation #19 sets out how City will manage assessment. Includes information about assessment boards, examiners, pass requirements, resits and awards & results.City, University of London Senate
Assessment & Feedback PolicyProvides information on assessment and feedback for students, including the content and timeliness of feedback. Also provides some common grade-related criteria and definitions for academic misconduct.City, University of London Senate
Data Protection Notice for StudentsInformation about how City, University of London will collect, use and share information provided by students in accordance with relevant legislation for legitimate business purposes, e.g. to provide student support services, or to provide confirmation of your studies to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), etc..Student & Academic Services
HESA Student Data Collection NoticeNotice that City has an obligation to share student information with the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).Student & Academic Services
Research Student Guidance and RegulationGuidance and regulation relating to research students.City, University of London Senate
Health & Safety Policy & ProceduresInformation about City's Health & Safety Policy & Procedures.City, University of London Health & Safety Office
Smoking PolicyInformation about City's smoking policy.City, University of London Health & Safety Office
Equal Opportunities statementCity, University of London's statement about its commitment to equal opportunities in all its activities.Human Resources
'If Things Go Wrong' student guidanceGuidance for students on what to do if you experience problems during your studiesStudent & Academic Services
Student Appeals & Complaints informationInformation about the formal policy & procedures regarding student academic appeals and student complaints.City, University of London Senate

The above is not a complete list of all City, University of London policies. Other policy and regulatory information exists, and is published by the individual policy owner.

If you are not able to find a particular policy, you can ask the Student Centre (University Building (level 2), Northampton Square) for advice.

Find us

City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

Back to top

City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.