Results not as expected? Appeals season runs from Monday 3rd July and during this time the SU Advice Service can support you if you want to contest your results.
If something has affected your performance and you have not achieved the mark you expected, you may be able to appeal.
Appeals, what you need to know:
An appeal will not be considered if you are questioning academic judgement i.e. if you disagree with the mark you have been awarded. Appeals can only be made for specific reasons - the booklet below outlines these.
Appeals must be submitted within 21-days of the date of your transcript.
If your appeal is late, you will need to provide evidence that you were medically unable to engage with the appeal procedure within the 21-day timeframe.
If you are a research student, you can only appeal after receiving your Outcome Letter from the Student Centre.
To meet with an adviser, please complete the Client Form and we'll be in touch about an appointment.
Appointments can be face-to-face, by telephone, or by Skype. Please note the Welcome Desk is currently staffed on weekdays from 10am-2pm.
You can also find guidance in our Academic Appeals guide: