How will my Appeal be processed?


Once your appeal is received, appropriately trained and experienced members of staff from Academic Services (the "Filtering Committee") will determine your appeal. They may decide:

 

  • to write to you to request further information;
  • to reject your appeal or
  • to uphold your appeal and award you an appropriate academic outcome or
  • to refer the matter to an Academic Appeal Board.

 

You will be sent an e-mail notifying you of the outcome of your appeal and of your right to submit a final review if you are unhappy with the outcome.

 

Please note given the current Covid 19 situation, it is likely that your appeal will be determined by the Filtering Committee and not by an Academic Appeal Board.

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