Withdrawal from University
Universities and colleges must follow certain procedures if they wish to exclude a student. If you have been excluded, perhaps because you have failed an examination or not complied with the relevant requirements of the course, we have the skills and the knowledge to help you restore your status as a student.
Match Solicitors has assisted a large number of students with exclusions from university. For example, there are many students who are withdrawn from their course of study as a result of failure. The failure may not be the student’s fault. In PhDs, the student may have been awaiting further data/information from the supervisor before being able to finalise their report to the review board. Some students may have experienced significant extenuating circumstances and it is grossly unfair to withdraw the student from the course because it can leave the student in an untenable position. You may have spent years pursuing your degree only to find that you can no longer complete at the university concerned because of failures outside your control.
You may have been withdrawn because you have failed to submit coursework or assessments but you may have good reasons that might assist in overcoming the withdrawal. In addition, you may have been withdrawn because you missed an examination or failed an examination more than once.
The specialist team at Match Solicitors are able to fight your corner. We have an 85% success rate in achieving a desirable outcome for the student.
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