Your marks

Your marks

MYUWE Your marks shows your marks and results.

Go to MYUWE Your marks

See our Assessments web page for more information on assessments at UWE Bristol.

If you need help with your marks in MYUWE, contact your Student and Programme Support team.


This section shows marks for every module you have ever attempted.

Current module enrolments are listed at the top and previous module enrolments (if you have any) are listed below.

  • All unconfirmed marks still need to be approved by the examining board. They may be changed to go up or down.
  • All confirmed marks have been moderated and confirmed by the examining board.

Hover your cursor or tap on underlined text to see what it means.

To see details of all your enrolments for any module, select the 'View details' button.

Unconfirmed marks

If you have any unconfirmed marks available for your current module enrolments, these will be shown under 'Unconfirmed'. 

A mark of 'N/A' means that no mark has been entered by your School for this piece of work.

For any past module enrolments (shown with a status of ‘COMP’), details of the overall module mark and all individual marks will be shown as long as the marks have been confirmed and published. Sometimes, marks are unpublished to enable us to address queries; if this is the case for you it will appear that your marks have become unconfirmed when they were previously published.


The marks shown for coursework are for work that should already have been returned to you so that you can check that the correct mark has been recorded.


The marks shown for exams will not be confirmed until they have been considered by an examining board.

Fails, referral and resits

If you need to resit or retake a module, take a look at our Resits and retake information web page.

Change to academic regulations (1RALL, 2RALL, 3RALL)

UWE Bristol academic regulations changed on 1 August 2023. This may affect your resits if you fail an assessment.

If you started the module before 1 August 2023, you will need to resit all assessment tasks for that module. If you started the module after 1 August 2023, you need to redo an individual assessment task if:

  • you received less than 40% (undergraduate students)
  • you received less than 50% (postgraduate students)
  • you have received a fail on a pass/fail task

Awards and results

When your results have been published, you will be able to view the module credits you have achieved and your award eligibility to date in MYUWE.

The publication date for results varies, depending on the date of your examining board. 


Once your final results are published, you can start a formal appeal in line with UWE Bristol's academic appeals procedure. You cannot start an appeal until the examining board has taken place and final results are published.

Award eligibility to date

This is the highest award you are currently eligible for. You may be eligible for a higher unnamed University award. You may only claim this award if you end your registration for your current award.

You must tell your Student and Programme Support team in writing if you want to withdraw from your current award and claim the award you are currently eligible for.


Marks shown in MYUWE are rounded to the nearest whole number. The student record system uses unrounded marks to calculate your overall average. There may be a small difference between the student record system, MYUWE and your calculations.

Re-enrolment or re-registration

You cannot receive an award if you have outstanding obligations to UWE Bristol or are under investigation for disciplinary reasons. We can refuse re-enrolment or registration to anyone who has outstanding obligations to the University.

Fails, referral and resits

If you have been referred in or failed a module, this may affect whether you can continue on your award route. You may want to transfer to a different award, which may have financial consequences.

If you transfer to a different award, this must be approved before teaching starts in the next academic year for your original award route. If you want to transfer to a different award route, talk to a Student Support Adviser.

If you want to claim an intermediate or alternative award, talk to your Student and Programme Support team.

If you have failed a pre-requisite module in which you were already referred, this normally means that you will not be able to complete the award within the original time period. This may have financial consequences.

You can find more information on our Resits and retake information web page.

Resit timetables

The resit exam timetable is published after the examining boards in July. There is a delay between the publication of results and the scheduling of the resit examinations.

All examinations during assessment weeks are scheduled and managed by the timetabling team. Examinations managed by the School of Health and Social Wellbeing are scheduled and published separately.

If you have been referred in component A for a particular module it will usually mean that you have to sit a referred examination. If you are in any doubt and you need to check whether or not this is the case for your module, check the details for assessment for on the module specification in the Module information search.

Referred coursework

Schools will provide you with details of referred coursework. This is usually in Blackboard. If you haven’t received details of your referred coursework within 14 days of the publication of your results, contact your Student and Programme Support team.

Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health Professions, Health and Applied Social Sciences

HSC StudentNet: Navigate through Assessments in the left side bar to the Referrals and Retakes page where you will find advice on what to do.

Copies of your results

You can download and print your marks from MYUWE Awards and results.

If you need a paper copy of your marks, contact your Student and Programme Support team.

Student and Programme Support teams

College of Arts, Technology and Environment

School of Architecture and Environment


School of Arts


School of Computing and Creative Technologies


School of Engineering


College of Business and Law

Bristol Business School


Bristol Law School


College of Health Science and Society

School of Applied Sciences


School of Education and Childhood


School of Health and Social Wellbeing


School of Social Sciences


Graduate School

Research degree students