Academic Regulations

The Master of Art in Creative Process is a 12-month, 90 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) programme at Level 9 on the Irish Qualifications Framework (NQF) which is fully recognised on a European and wider international basis. The degree is awarded by the National University of Ireland and its quality and academic standards must reach the standards set by Quality Qualifications Ireland [QQI].

Students registered on Uversity’s MA in Creative Process come under Uversity’s overarching academic regulations for that programme. These regulations include all the programme’s requirements and standards, grade calculation procedures and policies for extenuating circumstances, appeals and complaints and other related matters.

Academic Regulations: Uversity Student Guide

Partner Academic Regulations

Students, registered on a module in any of Uversity’s partners, will also come under the specific academic regulations, policies and procedures of the institution offering that individual module. These regulations include the following areas:

  • Grading scheme for that module
  • Assessment regulations including late assessment penalties
  • Extenuating circumstances regulations
  • Academic appeals

Penalties for breaches of the student code (academic breaches including plagiarism and breaches of student conduct)

Uversity students are advised to familiarise themselves with the academic regulations and policies of relevant partner institutions.