Examination details are subject to change, it is advisable to check the examination timetables regularly for updates and also closer to the timing of your examination to ensure that you are aware of any changes that have been made and have the correct information.
The main 2013/14 undergraduate summer examination dates are 6 to 23 May 2014 for summer exams and 7 to 11 July 2014 for re-sit exams.
|Autumn (October-December)||End of September|
|Spring (January-March)||Beginning of November|
|Summer (April-June)||Beginning of February|
|Summer resit and other (July-September)||End of June|
Exam information and guidance
Arrangements for disabled students
Most written coursework is submitted electronically. In some circumstances you may need to submit a 'hard copy' for example, portfolios, dissertations or art work. Your tutor will advise you if you are required to submit in this way.
The Student Assignment Offices at Park and Avenue Campus' are responsible for receipting, handling and tracking non-electronic coursework, from submission by the student to collection for marking by academics. Students needing to post coursework submissions
are recommended to use recorded delivery and to use the postal addresses.
Provisional results are available online. If you have passed all modules you registered for, you can prepare for re-enrolment.
If you have failed one or more of your modules, you will need to take action to determine your progression position.
- If you have outstanding referral or deferral opportunities, view the guide on further assessment opportunities
- If you do not have outstanding referral or deferral opportunities, view the 'how to complete your studies' information relevant to your current stage of study:
- Return a completed undergraduate decision form or postraduate decision form
- If you need more help after consulting the relevant guide, contact the academic advisor for your school or the Assessment Office
There are multiple Award and Status Boards taking place throughout the academic year to ensure the accuracy and appropriateness of the assessment which is taking place. The Boards have multiple functions: conferment of awards, determination of progression position for continuing students, assurance of standards across the institution and the application of appropriate regulations.
The Boards which will consider the results of the 2013/14 academic year are as follows. You can expect to receive notification of your results shortly after the Board has confirmed the outcomes either by e-mail if you are due to continue on your course, or if you are due to graduate you will be sent a letter confirming your award and classification:
|Postgraduate||Trimester 1 outcomes||19 March 2014|
|Undergraduate||Main UG Board||1 July 2014|
|Postgraduate||Trimester 2 outcomes||16 July 2014|
|Undergraduate||Main UG resit board & first sit professional practice Board||13 August 2014|
|Undergraduate||Top up programmes & finalist dissertation & professional practice resits Board||16 September 2014|
|Undergraduate||Professional practice Board||3 October 2014 (tbc)|
|Postgraduate||Trimester 3 outcomes||14 November 2014|
|Undergraduate||Professional practice & top up resit Board||28 November 2014|