Exam results, progression, and degree results
How you receive your results
Degree results and confirmation of progression are made available to you via the EUCLID student view.
An automated email will be sent to your University email account when your final result or progression decision is available.
Exam boards 2019-2020
|February 2020||Ratification of coursework results from semester 1 where available.|
|24-26 June 2020||Ratification of coursework results and confirmation of progression to dissertation/exit awards where appropriate|
|end October 2020||Final examination board ratifying dissertation results and confirming degree awards|
Students should note that they will receive official confirmation of their progression decision no later than noon on Friday 3rd July 2020. All official progression decisions will be communicated to students via the EUCLID student view. An automated email will be sent to students’ University email accounts when their progression decision is ready.
Barring unforeseen circumstances, the School plans to release degree results to its postgraduate students by Thursday 29 October 2020. All results will be communicated to students via the EUCLID student view.
How is my degree result determined?
As you work towards completion of your degree programme, we recommend that you take a little time to familiarise yourself with the regulations that govern assessment in the University, and the sources of support that the University has in place if you have queries or concerns about your own result.
Assessment Regulations and Guide to Classification of Degrees
The University's Taught Assessment Regulations govern how courses and taught programmes are assessed.
These regulations also include links to the University’s Common Marking Scheme which is applied for all the School’s assessed work, including examinations.
To achieve a merit, a student must be awarded at least 60% on the University’s Postgraduate Common Marking Scheme for the dissertation and must pass all other courses with an average of at least 60%.
A borderline student with a coursework average of 58 or above will be awarded a Merit only if their dissertation result is 60 or above and the aggregate of the coursework and dissertation mark is 60 or above.
To achieve a distinction, a student must be awarded at least 70% on the University’s Postgraduate Common Marking Scheme for the dissertation and must pass all other courses with an average of at least 70%.
Any borderline student with a coursework average of 68 or above will be awarded a Distinction only if their dissertation result is 70 or above and the aggregate of coursework and dissertation mark is 70 or above.
Degree Regulations and Programme of Study
The University’s Degree Regulations and Programme of Study can be found at:
The School strongly recommends that if you are considering submitting an Academic Appeal you should first study the guidance on the Appeals webpages, then contact the EUSA Advice Place, where trained advisers can offer guidance and support.
If you have a query about your result, please contact the Postgraduate Office.
Staff will be available Monday to Fridays between 9.30am and 5.00pm.
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The Postgraduate team are currently working remotely and so are not available via the office telephone. If you would like to talk to a member of the team, please email us and we will respond as quickly as possible.