Depending on the course you are studying, one of these procedures may apply to you. Professional Suitability Procedures (PSPs) apply to students who are on a professional course which has its own code of conduct to follow alongside the University policy.
If you are invited to a meeting regarding a disciplinary or professional suitability process, it is likely that an allegation has been made that you have breached one or more parts of the procedure. An investigation will be carried out by the University to prove or disprove any allegation. If an allegation is found to be upheld, you may receive a penalty.
Both the Disciplinary and Professional Suitability processes are serious, and we would encourage you to contact us for representation ahead of any meetings.
The Advice Service can help you with your investigation by: