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Undergraduate Progression Requirements on Intermediate Years of Study (for new students from 2009)

Students in the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences who joined Warwick from autumn 2009 onwards; and students in the Faculty of Science who join Warwick from autumn 2011 onwards

Other than in respect of progression from the first year to the second year (which is subject to Faculty conventions):

  1. To progress to the next year of an Honours degree (or the next level of study in the case of part-time degree students), a candidate must normally have passed at least 60 credits and have an overall mean of at least 40.0%1;
  2. To progress to the next year of a Pass degree (or the next level of study in the case of part-time degree students), a candidate must normally have passed at least 60 credits and have an overall mean of at least 35.0%.
  3. To progress to the next year of study from a year abroad which counts for credit, but less than 120 credits, a candidate must normally have passed at least 50% of the year abroad credits.
  4. To progress to the next year of an Integrated Masters degree (or the next level of study in the case of part-time degree students), a candidate must normally have passed at least 60 credits and meet any further requirements as set out by the Department.

Full-time students in the Faculty of Science who joined/join Warwick in autumn 2009 and autumn 2010

Other than in respect of progression from the first year to the second year (which is subject to Faculty conventions):

  1. To progress to the next year of an Honours degree, a candidate must normally have passed at least 60 credits and have an overall mean of at least 40.0%1;
  2. To progress to the next year of a Pass degree, a candidate must normally have passed at least 45 credits and have an overall mean of at least 35.0%.

1 The progression requirements set out above are subject to Regulation 8.3(4)(e) relating to the progress of students during the second year which provide that if an appropriate standard has not been achieved in required laboratory tests a candidate can be required to withdraw. This applies to the Degree of BSc (and for the Degree of BA Awarded on the Recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Science) and for Undergraduate Masters Degrees in Science except for the Degree of BSc in Engineering and the Degree of BSc, Master of Engineering, (BSc, MEng) and BEng, Master of Engineering (BEng, MEng).