An appeal is your way of asking the University to review a recent decision taken by an Examination Board or equivalent body.
You should aim to resolve appeals informally in the first instance. However if you are not happy with the outcome from this, you can submit a formal appeal.
Remember, you can't challenge a mark or a decision because:
- You are unhappy with it, or...
- If you thought you would have achieved a better mark.
The university guide is a great place to start to find out about the stages of an appeal, including grounds for appeal and potential outcomes.
The Students' Union Advice Centre can offer impartial advice and can support you in drafting an appeal and coming along to meetings.
To find out more information on the university's academic appeals procedure, you might want to look at the policy.