The academic appeal procedure enables students to request, within specified grounds, for the outcome of an examining board to be reconsidered.
If you have a grievance or concern that is not related to the publication of your academic results, please see complaints for further information.
Two-stage academic appeal process
Submitting a Stage One appeal
Stage One of the appeal procedure involves consideration of the appeal by a member of the Appeals and Complaints team. All individuals must complete Stage One before choosing to proceed to Stage Two.
Submitting a Stage Two appeal
Stage Two of the appeal procedure involves the consideration of the academic appeal by a University Appeal Panel and can only be undertaken once an outcome has been received at Stage One.