Academic Appeals

You should use this procedure to appeal the decision of an Assessment Board where you feel there has been a material procedural defect or irregularity which is relevant to the outcome of the academic decision. You can only submit an appeal once you have formally received your results. Appeals must be submitted within 10 working days of the formal publication of results.

Within this section you will find further information, the regulations and all the relevant forms you will need to complete should you wish to submit an appeal. 

View our Academic Appeals - Frequently Asked Questions.

Students receiving their results from March 2021 onwards should use the 2021-22 Academic Appeals Regulations and associated documentation below:

Procedural Flowcharts

For students who are currently subject to 2020-2021 regulations the following will apply:

  • Academic Appeals Regulations and Procedure 2020 - 2021  English | Cymraeg

Previous years' regulations are available on request from the Student Casework Unit. Please email: [email protected]

Stage 2: Individual Academic Appeals

Individual Academic Appeal Form English | Cymraeg

Guidance Notes for Individual Academic Appeal Form English | Cymraeg

Third Party Evidence Consent Form English | Cymraeg

Stage 2: Group Academic Appeals

Stage 3: Request for Review

  • Request for Review of an Academic Appeal Form  English | Cymraeg
  • Guidance Notes for Request for Review of an Academic Appeal Form  English | Cymraeg

Stage 2: Research Degree Academic Appeals

Stage 3: Request for Review 

  • Request for Review of a Research Degree Academic Appeal Form English | Cymraeg 
  • Guidance Notes for Request for Review of a Research Degree Academic Appeal Form English | Cymraeg
  • Research Degree Stage 3 Appeal Flowchart English | Cymraeg

The following are key changes to the student casework regulations and procedure for the 2021/22 academic year. 

  • Removal of reference to Dubai campus and removal of specific reference to distance learning (section A1 1.2)
  • Correction of reference from Student Conduct Regulations to Student Conduct or Fitness to Practise Procedures (section A2)
  • Change of reference from Associate Registrar: Student Casework to Head of Student Casework (sections A, B and C)

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) have now replaced the Data Protection Act. An explanation of how the University will use your data can be found here and in the Communication Plan above. Please note that in accordance with GDPR Regulations any third party supporting evidence will only be accepted if it is accompanied by a completed Third Party Consent Form.