At Cranfield University we believe that our provision should remain current and relevant. To achieve this we periodically review and update our academic provision. We will, wherever possible, ensure that the overall education experience of you, our student learners, is enhanced as a result of the changes. It is important that our review process includes feedback from our learners, our staff and our external stakeholders. Other changes may arise from staff and facility changes and external factors including changes to the law and government policy.
For these reasons changes will take place in the lead up and sometimes during your course. This may include changes to the academic provision and/or its assessment, staffing and/or facilities.
Where changes occur during your studies the University has established processes for consulting and informing you of these.
We hope to provide the courses outlined in our prospectus and on our website, but we may choose not to do so, either as part of the development of our academic portfolio or where, in our judgement, delivering the course may not meet the high standards of the student experience that we would like to provide (for example, if the number of students is too low to form a sufficient cohort of students). We reserve the right to withdraw a course prior to its commencement date; where we do this we will use all reasonable endeavours to offer you a suitable alternative course portfolio.
Admission to Cranfield University is subject to the requirement that you will comply with our registration procedure and will duly observe the provisions of the regulations and other guidance of the University as in force from time to time. You are advised that the award of any degree or diploma at the end of a course is conditional upon satisfying the examiners appointed by us.
Fee eligibility at the Home/EU rate is determined with reference to UK Government regulations. As a guiding principle, EU nations (including UK) who are ordinary residents in the EU pay Home/UK tuition fees, and all other students (including those from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man) pay Overseas fees. For further information please refer to the UKCISA website.