PLEASE NOTE CONDONEMENT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS IN THE FACULTY OF HEALTH OR STUDYING SOCIAL WORK.
LAW STUDENTS SHOULD ALSO BE AWARE THIS COULD AFFECT AN LLB AWARD. PLEASE CHECK YOUR COURSE HANDBOOK FOR MORE INFORMATION.
If you’ve failed a module you may still be able to get the module condoned - this means the mark will stay but the credits will be given and module will be passed.
You can get 30 credits condoned in total across Levels 4 and 5 (first and second years) - either 15 credits in each year or 30 credits in one year and none in the other year.
In Level 6 (third year) you can get up to 30 credits condoned.
Condonement is applied by the Exam Board at the end of the year if:
- You’ve passed every other module;
- You’ve used up all your attempts at the failed module;
- Your mark is 30-39;
- The module isn’t a ‘qualified fail’.
For Integrated Masters you can get 45 credits condoned across Levels 4-6, with no more than 30 credits in each Level. At Level 7 you can get 35 credits condoned if you get marks in the 40-49 range.