This is a request for a review of an Assessment Board or Mitigating Circumstances Board’s decision. Assessment Boards make decisions on student progress, assessment and awards.
When can I appeal?
The two grounds for which you can submit an Academic Appeal are as follows:
- Material irregularity in the assessment process
- Material irregularity in the Mitigating Circumstances process
What does all that mean?
This means that the University has not acted in accordance with its own regulations or procedures, or where an error has been made in the processing of a decision.
Is your concern about an incorrectly recorded mark or final degree classification? Download this form, and submit it to your Faculty Registry Office.
How can we help you?
- We can help you understand the Academic Appeal process. and give you guidance on whether you have grounds for making an academic appeal.
- We can help you with completing the form and checking that you have the appropriate evidence to support your appeal.