You have the right to appeal against academic decisions and recommendations such as formal assessment results, degree classification or a decision consequential to an academic failure, however appeals cannot be made against the academic judgment of either an internal or external examiner of the University. You can, however, appeal if you believe that this judgment was not made fairly or according to the correct University process.
It is important that you read and follow the Universities procedure for making a complaint and that you are aware of these when making an appeal. Appeals will be considered on the following grounds. Please ensure that your appeal meets at least one of these criteria.
Appeals must be completed on the correct, within 10 working days and where appropriate have the relevant evidence to support the claim.
Full regulations from the TQA can be found here and we strongly recommend that you look at this before making an appeal.
Possible outcomes of an appeal are also explained and if you are requesting that an assessment is to be remarked, please be aware that the mark could potentially decrease, stay the same or increase from the original mark
If you would like the advice team to assist and look at your appeal, please send a draft of your statement and any supporting evidence for us to review, allowing a reasonable amount of time for us to look at it before the appeal deadline.
For more information on appeal deadlines please see here