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Student Protection Plan

What is a student protection plan?

A Student Protection Plan (SPP) sets out what students can expect to happen should a programme, campus, or institution close.

The purpose of the Plan is to ensure that students can continue to complete their studies or can be compensated in the unlikely event that this is not possible.

Our student protection plan

The Student Protection Plan [PDF] is a document required by the Office for Students (OfS) that every higher education provider needs to have.

It sets out what measures the University has in place to protect students at the Central Academic Bodies in the event that a risk to the continuation of their studies arises and also how this will be communicated with students.