Module publication dates
The module results are published via Evision after Subject Standards Board have confirmed module results. The publications dates are:
|Autumn Semester 2018/19||UG Autumn Semester 15-credit modules,
PG Autumn Semester modules
|28 February 2019|
|Spring Semester 2018/19||UG 30-credit modules,
UG Spring Semester 15-credit modules,
PG Spring Semester modules
|20 June 2019|
|Summer Reassessment 2018/19||22 August 2019|
|Postgraduate Dissertations Summer 2018/19||1 October 2019|
|Undergraduate - February Starters|
|30 Credit Modules Level 4 - 2019||Main Publication||20 August 2019|
|Reassessment Publication||19 September 2019|
Module results cannot be released to students over the telephone therefore it is important to check your Evision.
There are a small number of courses that have non-standard timescales. In such cases, results will be published on a different timescale to the above. Please contact your Student Hub if you require further information.
If you believe an error has been made in the computation of your total marks for a module, level or award you should submit a Module Query Form to your Student Hub within two weeks of the publication date of the assessment concerned. Students who can provide good reason for missing the deadline should submit a Procedural Defect Appeal to the Student Hub, attaching a completed Module Query Form. Any corrected mark(s), as a result of the query, will be entered on to your record regardless of whether it is higher, or lower, than the original mark(s).
Please note - If you are unhappy with a module mark awarded you should contact the relevant tutor for feedback.
The University has 20 working days to resolve your query. If you have not received a response from your Student Hub by the 20th working day after the submission of the Module Results Query Form you can submit a Procedural Defect appeal form.
Frequently Asked Questions
This means you have passed the module overall but have an optional reassessment to improve your mark in the component you did not achieve a mark of 40. The highest mark you can obtain for this component during the reassessment period is a capped mark of 40 (UG) 50 (PG) for modules registered from 2012/13. This may improve your overall module result