30th February 2020

Academic Appeals

If you are unhappy with your exam / assessment results you have the right to appeal against that decision if you meet a grounds for appeal.

In the first instance, we would advise you to consult your personal tutor, course leader or Head of Department to see if your concerns can be resolved informally. If this does not work you have the option of formally appeal.

Chapters
  1. Undergraduate and postgraduate taught
  2. Postgraduate research
  3. How to complete the appeal form

Undergraduate and postgraduate Taught

If you wish to make an appeal against an exam or assessement result, you can find helpful information and guidance about the appeals procedure here.

Postgraduate research

Postgraduate Research students wishing to make an appeal against an assessement result such as their viva, confirmation review, downgrading to MPhil, etc; can find information and guidance about the appeals procedure here.

How to complete the appeal form

Here is quick guide, including screen shots and tips to help you fill in the Academic Appeals form.

How to complete the appeal form

Here is quick guide, including screen shots and tips to help you fill in the Academic Appeals form.

How to complete the appeal form

Here is quick guide, including screen shots and tips to help you fill in the Academic Appeals form.

How to complete the appeal form

Here is quick guide, including screen shots and tips to help you fill in the Academic Appeals form.

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