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The following forms are available from Reception:

  • Bursary Amendment
  • Change of Address form
  • Claim for Excess Travel Expenses
  • Declaration of Originality *
  • Exemption from Late Coursework Marks Penalty *


Forms also available for download here:


Guidelines and Regulations 

Both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Course Handbooks include information on the following:


  • Presentation of written assignments
  • Confidentiality and consent
  • Page layout
  • Contents of an assignment
  • Referencing guidelines
  • References
  • Plagiarism


- Protocol for dealing with unsafe practice written by a candidate in examination/coursework

  • Definition and penalty of unsafe practice
  • Procedure


- Personal Development Planning (PDP)


- Late or non submission of courework

  • Extenuating circumstances
  • Extenuating circumstances - normally accepted
  • Extenuating circumstances - possibly accepted
  • Extenuating circumstances - not normally accepted
  • Non-submission


- Examinations

  • Marking procedure and release of results and feedback - examinations, coursework and clinical portfolios
  • Marking procedure
  • Release of results
  • In the event of failure



Professional Conduct

Both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Course Handbooks include information on the following:

- Declaration of good character

- Guidance for Clinical Experience

  • Clinical Allocations Unit
  • Protocol while on clinical placement
  • Supervision
  • Levels of contact
  • Rights of patients and clients
  • Identification
  • Accepting responsibility
  • Confidentiality
  • Complaints
  • Uniform
  • Pratice hours
  • Attendance
  • Sickness/absence
  • Injury in practice


- Sickness and absence policy

  • University absences
  • Absences from practice placements
  • Notification of absences (excluding coursework and examinations)
  • Absence of longer than five working days or absence from examination/coursework
  • Return to the course
  • All absences
  • Unauthorised absences
  • Withdrawals


- Protocols for using mobile communication devices and using teaching areas

  • Use of mobile communication devices in lecture theatres, tutorials, practicals and library facilities
  • Use of mobile communication devices in clinical areas
  • Eating and drinking in teaching areas
  • Teaching rooms, lectures, tutorials, practicals start and finish times



Clinical Allocations

Clinical Allocations homepage


Clinical Education Centre

Clinical Education Centre homepage


Student Noticeboard

Student Noticeboard


Queen's student's homepage

Queen's student's hompeage


How to Contact Us


All communication with the School must include the following:

  • Your name
  • Intake date - for example September 2005
  • Student Number
  • Branch Programme

Note: communication with Course Co-ordinators (Directors), module Co-ordinators and Personal Tutors is by email.