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School of Social and Political Science: Undergraduate study


Final Mark Release Dates

On this page, students will find information about how and when we will communicate final marks and examination results and feedback. Dates and procedures differ depending on the year of the programme the student is currently on, so please check the section that is relevant to you.

Semester 2

Final year honours students. 

If you are in the final year of your degree, please see our Awards page for full datils of when you will receive your award classification and course results. 

Final Course Results (years 1-3)

Students in Year 3: Results for individual Honours courses will be uploaded to EUCLID after 12 noon on the 14th of June, and no later than Monday 17th of June.

Students in years 1-2: Results for our year 1 and 2 courses will be uploaded to EUCLID no later than the 2nd of July. 

Exam results and feedback

We aim to have all exam feedback released to students no later than the date that the final course results are uploaded to EUCLID (see section above for dates). 

Important note - school exam script retention policy (year 1 and 2 courses only) 

Please note that uncollected exam scripts for year 1 and 2 courses with a centrally arranged examination will be destroyed according to the below schedule:

  • December examination diet - Destroyed after the 30th of April
  • May examination diet - Destroyed after the 31st of October 

 Progression Decisions 

Students in Years 1, 2 and 3 will receive official confirmation of their progression decision via EUCLID Student View. An automated email will be sent to your University email account as per the timetable below:

  • Year 1 to 3 students will receive their progression decision no later than the 2nd of July.
  • Year 3 Social Work students will receive their progression decisions in early September. 

Progression decisions arising from the resit exam diet will be sent out in early September. Again, these progression decisions will be communicated via the EUCLID Student View, and an automated email will be sent to students’ University email accounts when their progression decision is ready.

Special Circumstances consideration requests

For year 1 and 2 students who submitted Special Circumstances for any of our courses, decisions will be recorded on the Meeting tab in EUCLID.  We aim to have this done by mid-July.

If you have any questions or concerns about your performance, please contact your Student Support Officer or Personal Tutor. 

Students studying for degrees taught within the School of Social and Political Science can find the details of their Student Support Officer here.

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