Taught student assessment
If you are involved with taught assessment, you can find the guidance, procedures and information you need.
Guidance and information for staff involved with planning, timetabling, managing and marking examinations and coursework for taught students.
Information and guidance on scheduling and timetabling exams, exam papers, what should happen on the day, ad hoc exams and the people involved in the process.
This section includes an overview of coursework submission arrangements, the policy on proof-reading and information about plagiarism.
Internal and external examiners and assessment assistants are essential to the assessment process.
If a student needs to resit an examination there are a series of procedures to be followed.
Once the examinations are complete it's time to mark the examination scripts and display the results for students.
Disabled students may need special arrangements for exams and other assessment. Find out how schools and DSAS can help.
Temporary disability or illness can have an impact on how students are able to access learning, and they may need extra support or advice when taking exams. Find out about mitigating circumstances and who to contact.
Mitigating circumstances are normally significantly disruptive or unexpected events which are beyond a student's control but which might affect their academic performance.
Our institutional timetable is set to accommodate religious observance where possible. Sometimes issues feel or become more complex at an individual school or service level.
Code of practice on assessment (taught students)
The University gives general information relating to assessment of students in its code of practice on assessment. Academic schools provide more specific local guidance in their own school code of practice.
The Rules for Award, codes of practice on assessment, and programme specifications are the regulations that manage student assessment and the award of qualifications.