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student protection plan
All providers of higher education in England are required to have a Student Protection Plan (SPP). The purpose of Leeds Beckett University’s Student Protection Plan is to mitigate risks and where practicable preserve the continuation and quality of study for all our students whenever a risk under this plan occurs and is likely to impact on our students. Leeds Beckett University’s Student Protection Plan sets out potential risks required to be assessed under the Office for Students regulatory framework which, if they were to arise during your studies, may have an impact on your continuation of study. These risks have been assessed as low risk in our current plan (V1. 1. 3 July 2019).
Our Student Protection Plan has been developed in consultation with the Students’ Union and has been approved by the Office for Students.
A copy of Leeds Beckett University’s Student Protection Plan, approved by the Office for Students and updated V1.1. 1 August 2019 is available below: