The student must indicate the nearest examination centre to his/her home, by indicating the code of one of these on the registration form. By signing the application form, the student undertakes, inter alia, to write his/her examinations at this approved venue. Dual examination venues will not be permitted.
The examination centres have been divided as follows:
Prisons and detention barracks – only for prisoners
The University will do everything possible to arrange for examinations at each of the venues listed, but if no suitable arrangements can be made at a particular venue, the University reserves the right to change the student's examination venue.
Exam venue change
If candidates wish to change their examination venue after registration, their application in writing to do so must be received by the University on or before the following dates:
No Ad-hoc or special Examination venue will be approved. Students must write at an official, approved Examination venue. A list of such examination venues appears in the Registration Information Brochure.
The invigilator is an employee of the University and has full delegated authority from the University at the examination centre.
Assignment and examination administration