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.

Information relating to the Coronavirus pandemic and ‘no detriment'

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 


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:

19th March to 31st March 2021

Results Published Online:

All students: 21st April 2021

Assessment Boards Meet:

7th June - 2nd July 2021

Results Published Online:

  • 8th July 2021 for students in their final year of study
  • 12th July 2021 for all other students

Delayed results due to impact of the coronavirus pandemic:

Analytical and Forensic Science (all courses) - 19/07/2021

Professional Education - Professional Accounting and Hotel & Hospitality courses - 19/07/2021

Post Compulsory Ed - PcET on campus courses only - 03/08/2021

South Wales Business School and ECBM Fashion courses (January start) - 05/08/2021

Law courses (January start) - 16/08/2021

Chiropractic - Level 7 (final year) courses only - 31/08/2021

Unicaf Courses

A number of assessment boards take place outside the main assessment board period within the academic year.  The next scheduled assessment board details are below:

Assessment boards meet:

Week commencing 27th July 2021

Results published online:

Week commencing 2nd August 2021

September Assessment Boards

Assessment Boards Meet:

1st September - 9th September 2021

Results Published Online:

All students: 13th September 2021

November Assessment Boards

Assessment Boards Meet:

3rd November - 19th November 2021

Results Published Online:

All students:  From 9am on 24th November 2021

December Assessment Boards

Assessment Boards Meet:

30th November - 7th December 2021

Results Published Online:

All students:  From 9am on 9th December 2021

Activity Timeline

Appeals Deadline - All students: Within 10 working days of the Results Day

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.