As the summer exams session ended on 22 June 2023, we want to make sure you know what to expect next. Your marks are being collected for the Boards of Examiners to review how you’ve done throughout this year, or, if you are due to graduate, throughout your course.
Results will include:
- The final overall mark you achieved in each module taken this year;
- If you are due to graduate this summer, the qualification that you have been awarded and the classification of that award (e.g. first-class honours for undergraduate degrees or Pass/Merit/Distinction for Master’s degrees);
- If you are due to continue your studies next year, the decision taken on whether you can progress to the next level of study or not;
- Any modules where you need to resit assessments in September before you can progress to the next level or be awarded your qualification;
- Any optional reassessments that you may be able to take in the September period.
We will release your results to you on a set day depending on your year or level of study. If you are an undergraduate, on the date specified below, you will receive your results through Tabula. All academic departments are working to the same timescales to ensure fairness for all students:
- 5 July 2023 - Undergraduate final-year students due to graduate in July
- 13 July 2023 - Undergraduate first-year students
- 20 July 2023 - Undergraduate intermediate-year students
- Different postgraduate courses have different structures and there is no set day for release of results for postgraduate courses. If you are a postgraduate taught student, your results will be released to by your home department, and they will contact you to let you know how to access the information. In addition, if you have been offered an Award and are due to graduate in July you will receive a conferral email from Student Records.
- Students due to progress to the dissertation stage of their Master’s degree this summer will be informed by their department if there are any problems based on the modules you have completed so far.
If you are concerned about the impact of the marking and assessment boycott (MAB) on your results, please visit our Industrial Action FAQs.