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  • Conditions of Registration for Apprentices

    The Conditions of Registration for Apprentices set out the terms and conditions (“Conditions”) that apply to registration for undergraduate and postgraduate taught modules and qualifications studied as part of an Apprenticeship Programme with The Open University, and the study of an Open University qualification as part of an Apprenticeship Programme.

  • Conditions of Registration for Postgraduate Research Students

    The Conditions of Registration for Postgraduate Research Students provide the terms and conditions that apply to registration for postgraduate research qualifications studies at The Open University. These Conditions set out the terms of the agreement between the student and the University.

  • Conditions of Registration: Short Courses

    These Conditions of Registration and the registration agreement set out the terms of the agreement between you and The Open University. They also reference other policies, procedures, guidance documents, Open University regulations and codes of practice listed in Related Documentation. Together, these documents set out the details of your rights and obligations as a Student of The Open University.

  • Conditions of Registration

    These Conditions of Registration and the Registration Agreement set out the terms of the agreement between you and The Open University. They also reference other policies, procedures, guidance documents, The Open University regulations and codes of practice listed in Related Documentation. Together, these documents set out the details of your rights and obligations as a Student of The Open University.

  • Terms and Conditions: Microcredentials (Courses starting from 2021 onwards)

    These Terms and Conditions apply to registration for an Open University Microcredential. They set out the terms of the agreement between you and The Open University, and refer to policies, guidance documents and codes of practice listed in Related Documentation. These documents set out the details of your rights and obligations as a Learner of The Open University studying a Microcredential and you are entering into a legal agreement.

  • Academic Regulations

    These regulations, together with the Conditions of Registration, define the basis of the academic relationship between the student and the University.

  • Fee Rules

    The Open University may charge different fees for Students in different countries, for different levels of study, for different modules and for Students who start or change their studies at different times. This is in line with the different ways in which higher education may be funded, the costs of providing educational services, or because The Open University provides a different range of services.

  • Terms and Conditions: Professional Development courses

    This document applies only to Learners who register for an Open University PD course on the Learner Dashboard that does not count towards any qualification, starting from 1 April 2022 onwards. This document sets out the terms of the agreement between you and The Open University, including your rights and obligations as a PD Learner.

  • Research Degree Regulations

    These regulations are the definitive statement on the regulatory framework governing Research Degrees at The Open University.

  • Research Degrees Handbooks

    Our research degrees handbooks tell you about the services available to you; and give advice about what to do at key points in your research degree studies.

  • Code of Practice for Student Discipline

    The aim of this code is to make sure that we maintain academic standards and provide an appropriate learning environment.

  • Changing Your Study Plans: Deferrals, Withdrawals and Cancellation

    An explanation of the rules that apply if you want to defer or withdraw from your studies, or want to change your choice of module or qualification.

  • Admission of Applicants under the Age of 18

    This document sets out the University's policy for the admission of applicants under the age of 18 and includes the admissions process for applicants under the age of 16.

  • Student Debt Policy

    This Student Debt policy covers the circumstances which might lead to you having outstanding fee and/or charges with The Open University as detailed in the Conditions of Registration and Fee Rules. It also outlines the means that will be undertaken to recover these outstanding amounts should you become in debt to The Open University.

For more information about changes to policy, terms and conditions, and curriculum visit the change log.