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Cancel A Booking

If you change your mind about attending a module for which you have booked a place, please take a few moments to cancel your booking. If you cancel giving two full working days' notice, your department will not be charged for the module. And if a module is oversubscribed, cancelling an unwanted place will enable another student to attend.

Cancelling before the start of the module

You can cancel a booking yourself at any stage prior to a module beginning, via the University Training and Booking System (UTBS). This can be done by navigating to

  1. your original booking confirmation email, clicking on the link below the sub-heading, 'changing your booking', and hitting 'cancel booking',
  2. the SSMRC training programme timetable, selecting the module you wish to cancel, clicking 'view booking' and then 'cancel booking'.

Cancelling after the start of a module

Cancellations cannot be made after a module has started. However, your lecturer may like to know that you won't be returning, so please email the SSRMC Administrator at to say you will not be attending any further sessions.

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