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Marks & Standards Academic Year 2009 / 2010

Compiled by Lorraine Kent April 2009

Table of Contents
Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) 1OT1 ........................................................................................................................................... 3 2OT1 ........................................................................................................................................... 4 3OT1 ........................................................................................................................................... 5 4OT1 ........................................................................................................................................... 6 Bachelor of Science (Speech & Language Therapy) 1SL1 (Refers to Repeat 1st Year Curriculum only) ..................................................................... 7 1SL1 (Refers to new 09/10 1st Year Curriculum) ....................................................................... 8 2SL1 ............................................................................................................................................ 9 3SL1 .......................................................................................................................................... 10 4SL1 .......................................................................................................................................... 11 Bachelor of Science (Health Studies) 3SL3 .......................................................................................................................................... 12 4SL3 .......................................................................................................................................... 13 Bachelor of Science (Podiatry) 1BPD1 ...................................................................................................................................... 14 2BPD1 ...................................................................................................................................... 15 Post Graduate Diploma in Health Services Research 1HR1 ......................................................................................................................................... 16 2HR1 ......................................................................................................................................... 17 Masters in Health Services Research 1HV1 ......................................................................................................................................... 18 2HV1 ......................................................................................................................................... 19 Masters in Health Services (HSR) by Minor Dissertation 1HV9 ......................................................................................................................................... 20 PhD (Full-time) ....................................................................................................................... 21 PhD (Part-time) ....................................................................................................................... 22 Master of Philosophy (Full-time) ........................................................................................... 23 Master of Philosophy (Part-time) ........................................................................................... 24

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1OT1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Occupational Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 OY100 2
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 9 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 18 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency

3 OY105

4 NB. Please indicate the code of the group subject 5 e.g. GU001 or PS100 Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules
Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than 3 lines

Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 2OT1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Occupational Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 OY200 2 OY202 3
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 7 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency

4 NB. Please indicate the code of the group subject 5 e.g. GU001 or PS100 Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Carrying Forward Progression Rules Special Requirements
(where applicable) No longer than 3 lines

Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Clinical Education OY203 – mark is pass / fail. Candidates are only permitted one attempt at repeating the practice element (Fieldwork) of Clinical Education OY206 and OY207 are Pass/Fail Modules – 0 ECTS Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 3OT1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Occupational Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 OY300
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 5 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 5 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they OY301 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 5 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they OY302 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if indicate the they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if e.g. GU001 or they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to PS100 the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable Special Requirements Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) (where applicable) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code No longer than 3 lines Created by Sheila Coyle and Grainne Morahan on behalf of the Academic Records Office -5-

Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 4OT1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Occupational Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 9 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they OY412 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if indicate the they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if e.g. GU001 or they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to PS100 the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) 40% of the penultimate year and 60% of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable Education OY410 – mark is pass / fail. Candidates are only permitted one attempt at repeating the Special practice element (Fieldwork) of Clinical Education Requirements OY406 and OY407 are Pass/Fail modules – 0 ECTS (where applicable) No longer than 3 lines Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code Created by Sheila Coyle and Grainne Morahan on behalf of the Academic Records Office

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template (Relates to Year 1 Repeat Modules only)
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1SL1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Speech and Language Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 SL100
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they SL102 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they indicate the SL103 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the double the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed e.g. GU001 or if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent PS100 to the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable Special Requirements Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) (where applicable) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code
No longer than 3 lines

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template (Relates to NEW Year 1 Curriculum)
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1SL1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Speech and Language Therapy ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 PS100 H1 70% H2 60% H21 H22 Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall Spring Mode of Study Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time 12 months Level 8 Full Time

Summer Summer

Autumn Autumn

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1.

Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they SL100 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if indicate the they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if e.g. GU001 or they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to PS100 the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable Special Requirements Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) (where applicable) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code No longer than 3 lines Created by Sheila Coyle and Grainne Morahan on behalf of the Academic Records Office -8-

Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 2SL1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Speech and Language Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1 SL200
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the overall level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they SL201 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they indicate the SL203 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the double the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if e.g. GU001 or they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to PS100 the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable Students must pass all components of Practice Education and are allowed only one opportunity to Special resit. Students who fail the second sitting of Practice Education may then opt for the non-clinical Requirements degree route. (where applicable)
No longer than 3 lines

Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code Created by Sheila Coyle and Grainne Morahan on behalf of the Academic Records Office -9-

Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 3SL1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Speech and Language Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the subject level (level 1) H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency 2 Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they SL301 obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency 3 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency NB. Please 4 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if indicate the they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to code of the the deficiency group subject 5 Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if e.g. GU001 or they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to PS100 the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Honours Rules Award Based on final year -or(where applicable) Final year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in Carrying Forward one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Progression Rules Not Applicable SL405 Pass /Fail 0 ECTS Module. Students must pass all components of Practice Education and Special are allowed only one opportunity to resit. Students who fail the second sitting of Practice Education Requirements may then opt for the non-clinical degree route. (where applicable) No longer than 3 Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) lines modules on the course structure please give details including the module code Created by Sheila Coyle and Grainne Morahan on behalf of the Academic Records Office - 10 -

Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 4SL1 Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Speech and Language Therapy) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours Awarded at the Award Level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall

2

3

NB. Please 4 indicate the code of the group subject 5 e.g. GU001 or PS100 Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable)
No longer than 3 lines

Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) 50% of the penultimate year and 50% of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable SL405 Pass /Fail 0 ECTS Module. Students must pass all components of Practice Education and are allowed only one opportunity to resit. Students who fail the second sitting of Practice Education may then opt for the non-clinical degree route. Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) SL - NEW CODE (for 3rd Year Students) Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Health Studies) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours awarded at the subject level (level 1) H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below 45% in 6 ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency

2 SL301 3

4 NB. Please indicate the code of the group subject 5 e.g. GU001 or PS100 Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Carrying Forward Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than 3 lines

Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 2 Instances (Groups or Subjects)
Please note that there should be ONE entry for each year of the Programme The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) SL - NEW CODE (for 4th Year Students) Bachelor Bachelor of Science Degree (Health Studies) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Group/ Rules Subject Please tick where compensation rules apply from level 2 to level 1, leave others blank as applicable 1
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 8 Full Time

Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn Winter Winter

Taught

Spring

Results will be returned at level 2 and an aggregated result will be calculated up to Level 1. Honours Awarded at the Award Level H1 70% H2 60% H21 N/A H22 N/A Pass 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Compensation may enable a candidate to pass a group / subject but the student may still Fail overall Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other groups / subjects equivalent to the deficiency Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) 50% of the penultimate year and 50% of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give details including the module code

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3

4 NB. Please indicate the code of the group subject 5 e.g. GU001 or PS100 Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Carrying Forward Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable)
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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 1 Instances
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 1BPD1 Bachelor BSc (Hons) Podiatry 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Rules Spring Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study 48 months Level 8 Full Time Taught

Summer Summer

Autumn Autumn

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 (only) Pass or Fail only at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass 70% 60%

50% (Medicine and Nursing Only)

Honours Rules Award (where applicable which is final year of programme only)

Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Compensation may only be used to enable a candidate to pass the examination as a whole Honours are removed where a student has Passed the Exam by Compensation. Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give detail’s including the module code

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Undergraduate Marks & Standards Template
Level 1 Instances
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 2BPD1 Bachelor BSc (Hons) Podiatry 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Honours Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Compensation Rules Spring Summer Summer Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study Autumn Autumn 48 months Level 8 Full Time Taught

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 (only) Pass or Fail only at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass 70% 60%

50% (Medicine and Nursing Only)

Honours Rules Award (where applicable which is final year of programme only) Carrying Forward

Honours will be removed at every level where a student fails overall. Candidates who do not fall below % in ECTS may be deemed to have passed if they obtain excess marks above the pass standard in the other subjects equivalent to double the deficiency Compensation may only be used to enable a candidate to pass the examination as a whole Honours are removed where a student has Passed the Exam by Compensation. Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Note: Where there are specific Course Requirements to be passed outright or 0 ECTS (Pass/Fail) modules on the course structure please give detail’s including the module code

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1HR1 Postgraduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services Research (1 year) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 30 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Mode of Study Autumn Autumn Taught
st

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 9 Part Time

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Pass or Fail only at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded N/A N/A N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Candidates must pass all sections of the examination, but may compensate if a minimum standard of 40% is reached and, on the aggregate, a mark of 50% is allocated. A maximum of two attempts is allowed for the written examinations (including assignments) and dissertation.

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 2HR1 Postgraduate Diploma Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services Research (2 year) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 30 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Mode of Study Autumn Autumn Taught
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 9 Part Time

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Honours awarded at the Award Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded 70% 60% N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) 50% of the penultimate year and 50% of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Candidates must pass all sections of the examination, but may compensate if a minimum standard of 40% is reached and, on the aggregate, a mark of 50% is allocated. A maximum of two attempts is allowed for the written examinations (including assignments) and dissertation.

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1HV1 Masters Masters in Health Sciences (Health Services Research) - 1 year ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 30 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Mode of Study Autumn Autumn Taught
st

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 9 Part Time

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Pass or Fail only at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded N/A N/A N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Candidates must pass all sections of the examination, but may compensate if a minimum standard of 40% is reached and, on the aggregate, a mark of 50% is allocated. A maximum of two attempts is allowed for the written examinations (including assignments) and dissertation.

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 2HV1 Masters Masters in Health Sciences (Health Services Research) - 2 year ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 60 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Mode of Study Autumn Autumn Taught
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time

12 months Level 9 Part Time

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Honours awarded at the Award Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded 70% 60% N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Honours can be awarded in 1st and / or 2nd Sitting Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) 33.333% of the penultimate year and 66.666% of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Candidates must pass all sections of the examination, but may compensate if a minimum standard of 40% is reached and, on the aggregate, a mark of 50% is allocated. The taught component of second year comprises 33.33% of the total marks for the Masters. The Masters dissertation comprises 33.33% of the total marks for the Masters. Masters students must complete the taught programme to second class honours standard (Grade 1) (60%). Students not achieving second class honours standard (Grade 1) (60%) must exit the MA programme with a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services Research. Students progressing must submit the dissertation not less than four months from completion of the taught course. One mark is returned for the minor dissertation. The Masters shall not be awarded to any candidate who does not achieve a pass mark (50%) in the dissertation. In this event, students will have the facility to exit the MA programme with a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Services Research. A maximum of two attempts is allowed for the written examinations (including assignments) and dissertation.

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) 1HV9 Masters Masters in Health Sciences (Health Services Research) by Minor Dissertation ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings 30 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Mode of Study Autumn Autumn Research Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time 12 months Level 9 Part Time

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Honours awarded at the overall level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded 70% 60% N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A and / or 2nd

Honours can be awarded in 1st

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable A maximum of two attempts is allowed for the dissertation.

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings PM Ph.D. PhD Degree 90 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn

36 months Level 10 Full Time Research

Winter Winter

Spring

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Degree Awarded at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Degree Awarded at 60%

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Postgraduate Marks & Standards Template
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings PM Ph.D. PhD Degree 90 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn

48 months Level 10 Part Time Research

Winter Winter

Spring

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Degree Awarded at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Degree Awarded at 60%

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Master of Philosophy (Health Sciences – Discipline Name) Full-time Option
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings NEW CODE Masters MPhil 90 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2nd Sitting Marks Entry Spring Summer Summer Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study Autumn Autumn 12 months Level 9 Full Time Research

Winter Winter

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Degree Awarded at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded 70% 60% N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Full-time students will complete the programme within 2 years while part-time students will complete the programme within 3 years.

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Master of Philosophy (Health Sciences – Discipline Name) Part-time Option
Please note that there should be one entry for each year of the Programme * The type of entry has been specified in the guidelines e.g. text, drop down option or check box Course Instance Course Type Title (in full) ECTS (per yr) Marks Board Meetings NEW CODE Masters MPhil 90 ECTS Marks returned out of 100% 1st Sitting Spring 2 Sitting Marks Entry
nd

Duration of Course NQAI Level Full/Part Time Mode of Study Summer Summer Autumn Autumn

24 months Level 9 Part Time Research

Winter Winter

Spring

Results will be returned at level 1 Results will be returned at level 2

Honours or Degree Awarded Honours and Pass Standards Please choose the appropriate % for each Grade relevant to this course instances Honours Rules Award (where applicable)

Degree Awarded at the overall Level H1 H2 H21 H22 Pass Distinction Degree Awarded 70% 60% N/A N/A 50% (Medicine and Nursing Only) N/A

Honours can be awarded in 1st

and / or 2nd

Sitting

Carrying Forward

Progression Rules Special Requirements (where applicable) No longer than three lines

Based on final year -orFinal year and penultimate year to the benefit of the student Final Year alone (100%) of the penultimate year and of the final year Either of the above to the benefit of the student Yes A candidate fails the examination as a whole, but has obtained a passing mark or more in one or more subjects, they can be carried forward. No Not applicable. Candidates must clearly pass one year in order to progress to the next year Not Applicable Full-time students will complete the programme within 2 years while part-time students will complete the programme within 3 years.

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