Results and awards

How can I check my results?

You can get your confirmed marks of individual module assessments via SRS Web. The ‘SRS Web’ link can be accessed under ‘Applications’ on the University’s intranet homepage. Please note this may also contain provisional results which have not been ratified by an Assessment Board. These will be marked by an asterisk (*).

A paper copy of your marks (a 'Module Profile Report') may be requested from your Faculty Registry Office. Results cannot be released over the telephone.

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If you're a final year student, a transcript of results will be posted to your home address following the assessment boards (make sure we have the right home address for you on SRS Web). The transcript shows all the modules you've successfully completed and also states the final award and classification you've achieved. Your award certificate will be posted to your home address following the assessment boards.

If you have not paid all your fees, you will not be able to access your results and should contact your local Finance Office as soon as possible.

Further information:

When are my results published?

Results are published online on the following dates:

  • Semester One and Two results: Thursday 14 June 2018
  • Deferral and referral results: Friday  27 July 2018

As the demand is anticipated to be very high, the release is set to be staggered on the day in order to minimise any system slowdown or outage that might occur as a result of such heavy usage. Student results will be released online on Thursday 14 June 2018 as follows:

Publication release times:

  • 8am: Level 6 students this includes confirmed level 6 module results and conferred awards. All finalists will receive written confirmation and an academic transcript in the post.
  • 11am: Level 5 students confirmed module results and progression information
  • 2pm: Level 3 & 4 students confirmed module results and progression information
  • 4pm: Level 7 students confirmed module results, not including projects

Please note: that your results will not be released before the stated times above so avoid logging into SRS Web any earlier and we thank you for your co-operation and patience.

Registry staff will be available from 8am to 6pm on publication day to deal with any queries you may have, but please note we cannot release results over the phone to you.

It's vital that you obtain your results in good time and within five working days of the official results publication dates. If you have not received or have not been able to access your results within five working days, contact your Faculty Registry Office.

What do my results mean?

If you're unsure what a 'referral', 'deferral' or 'condoned pass' is, or are confused about what you need to do next, read the information below.

If you have any questions after you've read the information below, get in touch with your Faculty Registry Office.

Module status - Passed

If you have achieved a 'Passed' status for your module(s), congratulations you do not need to take any further action at this time.

Module status - Condoned Pass

If you have achieved a ‘Condoned Pass,’ module credit has been awarded and you do not need to take any further action at this time.

A Condoned Pass is only available to undergraduate students undertaking modules at Levels 3 and 4 and only if course specific regulations allow for condonement. The maximum volume of condoned credit that may be awarded to a student at each of Levels 3 and 4 is 40 credits. See Section 17 Undergraduate Framework.

A student may not be re-assessed in a condoned module.

Module status - Incomplete

If you have a status of 'Incomplete' for your module(s) then you have not met the pass mark for the module, not achieved a qualifying mark for an assessment component or had mitigating circumstances accepted for non-submission of work. In all cases, please take note of which assessment component you have been referred or deferred in.

Assessment component status - Referred

If you have been 'Referred' in coursework(s) you must firstly check the module Blackboard site, or your Registry Blackboard site where referred coursework will normally be posted on or shortly after the formal publication of results. If the coursework is not available you should contact the module leader to confirm what you will be required to do.

The final submission deadline for all referred coursework is Monday 9 July 2018. If you have been 'Referred' in an exam please note that all referred exams will take place between Friday 29 June and Friday 6 July 2018.

It is important to note that if referred your assessment component mark will be capped at 40% for undergraduate modules and 50% for postgraduate modules.

Assessment component status - Deferred

If you have been 'Deferred' in coursework(s) you must firstly check the module Blackboard site or your Registry Blackboard where deferred coursework will normally be posted on or shortly after the formal publication of results. If the coursework is not available you should contact the module leader to confirm what you will be required to do.

The submission deadline for all deferred coursework is Monday 9 July 2018. If you have been deferred in an exam please note that all deferred exams will take place between Friday 29 June and Friday 6 July 2018.

It is important to note that if you have been deferred in any assessments, and have not had any previous referrals or retakes within the same module, your overall module mark will not be capped as you will be taking the assessment as if for the first time. If you have been both referred and deferred within the same module however, your assessment component mark will be capped at 40% for the undergraduate and 50% for postgraduate for the item you have been referred in.

Module status - Failed; Retake

If you have a status of 'Failed; Retake' for any of your modules this means you will be required to register to retake this module with full attendance in the next academic year and attempt all items of assessment. Core modules must be retaken and in most cases will automatically be registered for you. Option modules may be replaced with another choice. Your Registry will contact you with further information about how to register modules for next year.

Module status - Failed; No Retake

If you have a status of 'Failed: No Retake' for any of your modules you have exhausted all opportunities to pass this module, and the Registry will be in contact shortly with further information.

If you do not hear from the Registry a week after publication of results, please contact us at the address below.

Module status- Deferred Module

If you have a status of ‘Deferred Module’ this means all items and the module will be deferred, the module will be registered new in the next academic session.

Module status - Held

If you have a status of ''Held' you are awaiting the outcome of an academic misconduct investigation and the Student Regulations Team will be in touch with you shortly.

Interruption of Studies

If you suspended your studies for any period this academic year, any modules which will not count towards your degree will be marked as ‘Suspended’ in the status column; you are not required to do any further assessment for these modules. For any modules that do not have a status of Suspended, the above information applies.

Degree classifications and awards

Undergraduates

For details on how your degree classification is calculated, see Part 5, Section 17 of the Handbook of Academic Regulations.

Postgraduates

For details of awards, see Part 5, Section 18 of the Handbook of Academic Regulations.

Award Certificates

Award Certificates are not issued at graduation ceremonies – you'll receive your certificate (at your home address) six to eight weeks after you receive your transcript of results.

Note: If you have any outstanding debts to the University (e.g. tuition or hall fees), we will not be able to send you your certificate until you have resolved these debts. Get in touch with the relevant Finance Office.

More information about Award Certificates is available on our Award Certificates page.

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Higher Education Achievement Report

The Higher Education Achievement Record (HEAR) is a formal degree transcript that provides a full record of your university achievements.

University Regulations, Policies & Procedures

Check the academic regulations for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.