TEI Boards of Examiners are responsible for making decisions on students’ academic progression. TEI Boards of Examiners should confirm the marks achieved for students and then consider, for all students:
Serious Adverse Circumstances may also be taken into account when considering students for progression. See our guidance on page Serious Adverse Circumstances for more information.
Students may not register for the Ordinary degree; however, students undertaking the BA Theology, Ministry & Mission may proceed from the Honours to the Ordinary stream, carrying some failed modules, in line with the Core Regulations. Students must resit failed assessments, in line with normal resit practices, before proceeding to the Ordinary stream.
Proceeding to Level 5 on the BA TMM: Students studying for a BA degree may proceed onto the ‘Ordinary’ degree (without honours), as long as they pass 100 credits during Level 4. Students may transfer back to the ‘Honours’ degree if they pass all modules undertaken at Level 5.
Proceeding to Level 6 on the BA TMM: Students studying for a BA degree may proceed onto the ‘Ordinary’ degree (without honours), as long as they pass 100 credits during Level 5. The rules for compensation mean that a student may still graduate with an Honours degree upon completing Level 6, if they have achieved marks of at least 30 in the failed module(s), and if they perform well enough during Level 6.