What happens after I submit my form to my School/College?


Your School/College will acknowledge receipt of your application and let you know whether further information/evidence is required. Your School/College will let you know the outcome of your application in due course. If your application is approved, you will be informed that your assessment(s) has/have been deferred/extension granted/any other appropriate outcome. You will normally be notified by email, but your School/College will let you know if this communication will be by alternative electronic means.

If your circumstances are not accepted, your results will be considered by the Examination Board and you will be awarded a decision based on the published University assessment regulations.

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