View your Results

All results you receive in-year are considered provisional and could be subject to change up until the point of confirmation at assessment boards.

Students’ overall module grades are agreed at subject assessment boards. The subject assessment board then pass the students’ module grades to the relevant award and progression assessment board. Award and progression assessment boards are responsible for deciding students’ progression, completion and, if appropriate, overall outcome (classification) on the basis of the grades supplied by the subject assessment boards.

All results are published via the Results Service. Throughout the Academic Year, you should be able to view marks for completed assessment (these marks will not have been confirmed by the Assessment Board and are subject to change). Once your results have been confirmed through assessment boards they will be available via the Results Service on the set dates. At this point all results will be available including dissertation and examination marks.

To view your results for all previous academic years, or if your results are not displaying as you’d expect please visit Previous Results Service

*NEW* - Information relating to the Coronavirus pandemic and ‘no detriment'

If you are receiving results on the 16th September, the No Detriment Approach may apply if you are sitting your assessment for the first time. If you were sitting because of failure or non-submission (that has not been covered by extenuating circumstances) then the No Detriment approach will not apply. If you have any questions you can contact your Advice Zone.

As you will be aware, the University introduced a no detriment approach in recognition of the impact the pandemic may have had on your performance in assessments submitted on or after 16 March 2020. As part of that no detriment approach, if your credit contributes towards credit for your classification, you are, exceptionally, able to elect to resit any of your assessments with an original deadline on or after 16 March 2020 and if you perform more poorly in the resubmitted assessment, you will retain the original mark. 

 Please note, however that if you elect to resit assessment from a failed module that included a failed pre-16 March 2020 piece of assessment, the module will still be capped at the pass mark (normally 40%).

 

If you elect to resit assessment from a passed module, the module will be uncapped.


If you do wish to re do any passed assessments with an original deadline of on or after 16 March 2020 (from a result received on 16th September), and you are eligible, please complete the online form using the information in your results letter to populate the relevant fields. You must do this within seven days of your results publication date which is 23rd September  for all students. 

 

Please also note that undertaking the assessment again may not result in a better classification. 

It is important to discuss your decisions with your Course Team to ensure that it is in your best interests to re-take any assessment and that the volume of assessment you may wish to resit is manageable for the timeframe.  

 

The Regulations for Taught Courses provide further information on qualifications and their classification: 

 

A2: Undergraduate Course Regulations, paragraphs 34-50 

A3: Taught Postgraduate Course Regulations, paragraphs 21-27 

A5: Course Regulations – Other Awards, paragraphs 55-56 

 

The resit period runs from your results day to 30th October (unless advised otherwise by your academic team) and there are no options for extensions to elected resits. If you are not able to submit or sit during this period, please do not request an optional resit..  


Results availability - Coronavirus Pandemic

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic the University is pausing the availability of unconfirmed marks via the formal results service. This is to allow work to be carried out to update the system

with any changes to assessment that have taken place in response to the University’s movement to online learning and assessment. The results service will remain closed until the completion of the assessment boards in late June.

At the end of each academic year your results will be processed through an Assessment Board. Following the assessment board your results will be released to you. If you are unsure of which board you will be processed through please contact your Campus Advice Zone. Students studying at Partner Colleges, Partner Organisations or UNICAF should contact their usual course contact.

The University sets a number of Results Days following the main Assessment Boards within the Academic Year. These are detailed below;

Assessment Boards Meet

15 June 2020 to 17 July 2020


Results Published Online

Final year of study: 20 July 2020

All other students: 21 July 2020


Activity Timeline

Results Published - Qualifying students: 20 July (previously 13 July)

Results Published - Other students: 21 July (previously 14 July)

Appeals Deadline - Qualifying students: 3 August (previously 27 July)

Appeals Deadline - Other students: 4 August (previously 28 July)

Resit Coursework Deadline: 21 August (previously 14 August)

Resit Period: 13-21 August (previously 6-14 August)

Resit Results Published: 16 September (previously 8 September)

Resit Appeal Deadline: 30 September (previously 22 September)


You can print your results using the PDF button in the Results Service screens. A PDF copy of your results will be sent to your student e-mail account. This is the official version of the results and will print with the University Header.

Please note that when you complete your qualification you will receive an official certificate and transcript (as appropriate) following the graduation ceremonies that are held in July and December.

Due to the current pandemic situation we are unable to stamp printed copies of result letters. This will shortly be replaced with a digital stamp service.