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Case reports and guidance on public law and professional regulation issues

19 OCT 2012

Matin v University College London [2012] EWHC 2474 (Admin) (2012) PLLR 131

Education - Withdrawal - Unfairness - Irrationality

The failure of the Defendant to fill out a withdrawal form in relation to the Claimant's withdrawal from his university course did not nullify the withdrawal.

5 September 2012

Administrative Court

Williams J

1.         Until August 2011, the Claimant had been enrolled on an undergraduate medical degree course at the Defendant University. By these proceedings, the Claimant challenged the decision of the Defendant to consider him as having withdrawn from his course, despite it having failed to complete a notification of withdrawal form.

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