Results and progression

Find out when you will be able to see your results on My Student Record.

Your transcript shows your overall module results and assessment task results (e.g. coursework, examination). You must read these together with the key to module and assessment task grades.

A referral is where you do not achieve the minimum overall pass mark in the module or achieve a pass grade.

A deferral is where you have extenuating circumstances and your request to repeat an assessment attempt has been accepted.

If you have not had all the normal opportunities for first-sit, referral and/or deferral by the time of your reassessment board, (due to extenuating circumstances accepted by the University), then you are considered to have continued reassessment.

What happens if you fail one or more modules.

Retaking a module means that:

Find out about eligibility for compensation

Find out about requesting compensation on a deferral.

A list of the dates the Extenuating Circumstances panels sit.

Certificates will be posted after you receive your results; transcripts can be requested at any time.

Find out what degree classification you might be able to achieve, for Undergraduate, Masters and Postgraduate courses.

If you are taking additional time to complete your award you need to be aware of this regulation.

A list of the terminology used by the university.