Disciplinary matters (non-academic) - CS102304

Two groups of students were disciplined after a party at their accommodation caused damage to the property. Two group decisions were made which were based on different sets of evidence.

Disciplinary matters (non-academic) - CS102305

A student made an arrangement with a third party for the payment of their tuition fees. The student paid the third party an amount in an overseas currency and they expected the third party to pay the student’s fees in British pounds sterling. The student shared their login details with the third party. The provider became aware that the fee payments were made using stolen credit cards.

Disciplinary matters (non-academic) - CS102306

A provider investigated a number of complaints about a student behaving inappropriately. After gathering information, it held a panel hearing which the student attended with a representative.

Disciplinary matters (non-academic) - CS102307

A student was disciplined after the fire alarm in their room was disabled by their partner. The provider decided that this was a breach of the Accommodation Terms and Conditions. The student was fined £500 and their accommodation contract was terminated, with a ban on re-applying in the future. The student appealed this sanction as they considered it was too harsh. The provider rejected the appeal.

Student wellbeing - CS042301

A student was studying for a degree in business with a foreign language. The student was affected by mental health difficulties and during their first year of study they had discussed and agreed with the provider what support would be helpful.

Student wellbeing - CS042302

A disabled student and their provider agreed a support plan during their second year of studies. In the final year of the course, the student sought help managing deadlines because their mental health was declining.

Student wellbeing - CS042303

A student was completing a year studying at a university in another country as part of their undergraduate degree. Towards the end of this year the student was told that the modules they had chosen could not count towards their qualification.

Student wellbeing - CS042304

A student on a healthcare-related course had a mental health condition. The student was supported by the provider and completed the academic modules and a placement successfully.

Course delivery - CS042305

A small group of students enrolled on a postgraduate taught programme. The programme had been advertised as accredited by a professional organisation and the students had chosen the course because of this.

Course delivery - CS042306

A group of students was studying a distance learning course. The students complained that the course didn’t live up to their expectations, based on the prospectus and other marketing materials.