The forms below are available either electronically on-line, Microsoft word or Adobe PDF versions. The online electronic version has the advantage that it can be filled in electronically with an automatic email receipt, though the other forms will have to be printed and handed into Reception, Alan Turing Building, or emailed to the Teaching and Learning Office email: email@example.com.
It is strongly recommended that you speak to your academic advisor before you complete any form. You may want to also consult with your Programme Director for more detailed advice.
Before completing this form you must read the information under your programme specification to ensure you meet the overall requirements of the programme. You should ensure that you carefully consider your request to aviod an excessive workload and speak to your academic advisor.
Students who complete the Part time programme amendment form online form will be contacted by email if the request is approved.
It is strongly recommended that you speak to your academic advisor before you complete this form. You may want to also consult with your Programme Director for more detailed advice.
This form should be used when a student wishes to transfer to a part-time degree programme. The information on this form will not be divulged in personalised form outside the University of Manchester. Before deciding to transfer to a different degree programme, it is important that you consider the implications of changing programme. Help and advice can be obtained from your Academic Advisor, or your Programme Director. In addition you should consult the Postgraduate Student Handbook.
Students may only transfer to the part-time programme up to 1 week before the start of the semester 1 examination period. For students with special circumstances AND permission to defer a minimum of 2 course units of their semester one examinations; transfers may be approved up to 1 week before the start of semester 2.
Students must complete this form and submit it to the Teaching and Learning Office who will pass it to the Postgraduate Director (Taught Students) for approval. You will be informed if this request is approved by the Teaching and Learning Office.
Mitigating Circumstances - The Mitigating Circumstances Form should be completed by any student who experiences unpreventable or unforeseeable circumstances that could have a significant adverse effect on their academic performance. Please referr to the mitigating circumstances page for full details about this procedure and applications.
Any student who wishes to appeal against academic decisions of the School should make the appeal in writing using the Academic Appeal Form. They should look at the relevant information in Regulation XIX Academic Appeals.
The reason for appealing may be against the result of an exam, the dealing with disciplinary matters or the outcomes of requests to interrupt and/or repeat a year See the StudentNet for more details.
This application form should be used when a student wishes formally to withdraw from the University. All information on this form is treated as STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and will not be divulged in personalised form outside the University.
Before withdrawing, it is important that you consider the implications. Help and advice can be obtained from your academic advisor/year tutor or programme director, other academic staff in the School and the Students Union.
Once the form has been completed, you will be informed by the School on completion of your withdrawal. Please note that students may be liable for fees, refund of grants, loans or other awards and it may delay transfer to other programmes of study at other universities or colleges.
Interruption and/or Repeat of Studies Form
Any student thinking of interrupting or suspending their studies, must discuss their plans with either their Academic Advisor, Year Tutor or Programme Director, as soon as possible. You will then need to complete this form and hand it in to the Teaching and Learning Office. See also Student Guidance and also the StudentNet.
Change of Options Form
Any Student who wish to change their options after the end of Week 2 of a Semester must complete this form and then submit it to the Teaching and Learning Office.
Transfer of Degree Programme Form
Any student who wishes to transfer to a different degree programme, both within the School of Mathematics and also to one in a different School, should complete this form and then submit it to the Teaching and Learning Office.
Transcript Request Form
Any student who wishes to obtain an unofficial transcript (not stamped) should use this form. You may also obtain an official transcript from the University.
Letter Request Form
Any student requiring a letter proving that they are a student in the School of Mathematics or at the University should fill in this form. The letter may be required, for instance, to open a bank account.
Leave of Absence