Academic appeals

If you feel that you have in some way been disadvantaged during your studies and this is reflected in your results then you may have grounds for an academic appeal.

There are four grounds for appeal which are:

  • Computational error
  • Material, procedural and administrative error
  • Course management deficiencies
  • Previously undisclosed extenuating circumstances

You cannot submit a Request for an Appeal Hearing until your results have been confirmed by a Module Board/Progression Board/Award Board. You have 15 working days after your results are available on Results Online in which to submit your Request for an Appeal Hearing.

More information and helpful links

For more information about academic appeals you can visit the student hub:

Other useful sources of information: