What if I miss my supervisory meeting for good reason?


You should keep your College informed of any reasons which are preventing you from engaging/attending.

If you need to be absent for a prolonged period – contact your College as soon as possible.

Absences over 60 days normally mean suspending your studies; it is difficult to catch up after a long absence, for any reason.

For more information, contact your College office.

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