As members of our university community, apprentices are subject to most of the regulations, policies and codes of conduct that govern university life.
These policies are designed to protect and maintain two areas vital for the success of our students, the university as a whole, and ultimately you, the employer. These are:
- academic quality – covered by academic regulations
- rights and responsibilities of members of the institution – covered by more general policies and guidance.
The links in the tabs cover most of what you need to know. However, you may wish to speak with us to find out more.
Overview of regulations and policies
As students of the University of Brighton, apprentices are covered by the Student Contract.
Apprentices are subject to the General Examination and Assessment Regulations for Taught Courses (GEAR).
These and the full list of the university's regulations, policies and codes of conduct can be found on the Student Contract.