The appeals process is split into three stages:
Stage One: informal resolution
The first step is to discuss your concerns with your personal tutor, Departmental Senior Tutor or Programme Convenor to gain clarification of an assessment or decision.
They should be able to explain how the decision was reached and what may be achievable if you decide to submit a formal appeal.
Stage Two: formal appeal
If you have decided, after Stage One, to continue your appeal, you will need to submit an appeal form. You can find out more information about Stage Two appeals here.
This form will ask you for details about your appeal and give you the opportunity to upload evidence to support your appeal.
Stage Three: request a review
If you’re unhappy with the outcome of your Stage Two appeal, you may be able to request a final internal review of your appeal if you have grounds for review.
You must do this within one month of receiving your Stage Two decision. Find out how to request a final internal review here.