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Procedure, implications and costs

If you decide to withdraw from your course this must be made in writing to

Withdrawals commence on the date that your written notification is received.  Withdrawals can not be made retrospectively.

If you withdraw from the course your grades and all work submitted will be deleted from our systems.  You will not be able to carry your grades or any submitted work forwards to any further cohorts of the course.  You will no longer have access to Canvas or any of the online teaching materials.  If you choose to start the course again in the future you would need to do so at the start of that cohort and would be liable for the full tution fees of that cohort.

Once you have withdrawn from the course you are not able to rejoin the cohort.

Upon withdrawal from the course, for any reason, the following fees are applicable:

- Withdrawing during the first 10 weeks of the course:  50% of the full year's fee

- Withdrawing after the first 10 weeks of the course:  100% of the full year's fee

Students may apply to move from a lower level course to a higher level course (e.g. PGDip to MSc or PGCert to PGDip) or from a higher level course to a lower level course (e.g. MSc to PGDip or PGDip to PGCert) at any time within the first 10 weeks of the registered course.  Course transfers are not permitted after 10 weeks of the registered course starting.

Students who withdraw from the MSc in Advanced Dental Impantology, after having successfully completed Part 1 of the MSc programme, can apply for the 90 credits exit award of Postgraduate Diploma in Implant Dentistry within 3 years of the date of withdrawal.  A Conferment Fee is charged for the exit award.  The Conferment Fee to be paid is the fee applicable at the time of application for the exit award, not the fee applicable on course enrolment or at any other time.  The current Conferment Fee is published on the course website and in the current Student Handbook. 

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