Find your assessment results and examination timetable below.
Don’t forget to speak to your tutors.
Discussing your options with your tutor is important to help you understand what support is available to you.
Click on your faculty below to find out more.
Come and study with us on campus
Catalyst offers a range of study spaces across four floors – everything from bookable group study rooms to individual silent study.
We have a mixture of resources for you to access including books, journals, databases as well as 500 PCs and loanable laptops.
We also have lots of knowledgeable staff on hand to answer any questions you have!
Didn’t get the results you were expecting?
The Wellbeing team (based in Catalyst and Milton House) are here to support you all year
If you’re upset because you haven’t got the results you were expecting or you’re feeling the pressure of retaking exams, then just get in touch.
You can find out more about how the team can help you, as well as contact details and how to book an
initial appointment at ehu.ac.uk/wellbeing
FAQ – General
It’s important that you understand what summer assessment means to progress with or complete your studies. Summer assessments must be completed to move on to the next stage of your degree and students who fail to complete their summer assessment will risk failing their course and will not obtain their degree.
If your results say you have been deferred, this may be due to exceptional circumstances and means you will be sitting the summer assessment as a first attempt. Deferred assessments are uncapped so you can achieve any mark.
If your results say you have been referred, then unfortunately you have not met the required pass mark for this assessment. Referred assessments are capped at 40% which is the required mark to pass an assessment.
Summer assessments will take place from Monday 14 August – Friday 18 August 2023 .
Specific exam timetables will be published via the Student Homepage. All coursework should be submitted by Monday 14 August.
Exam timetables are available four weeks before the examination period. Timetables can be accessed through the Student Homepage or print outs can be found outside Academic Registry, on the ground floor of the Student Administration Building.
Please contact the Assessment Team on 01695 584 432 or at [email protected] if something appears to be incorrect on your summer assessment timetable.
If you have circumstances outside of your control that make it difficult for you to complete your summer assessment, these may fall under Personal Circumstances previously Exceptional Mitigating Circumstances (EMC). Please visit the dedicated page for more information on what you should do in these circumstances.
Assessment periods, including the summer assessment period, are set at the beginning of the academic year and are published on the Academic Registry webpages and in the student handbook. It is your responsibility to ensure you submit work or present yourself for assessments and examinations in line with the published timetables and deadlines. You should consult the information on assessment periods before booking any holidays.
There’s plenty of support available to help you with the summer assessment period. All the information you need is included in the video at the top of this page.
The library and study areas are open from 8am-11pm weekdays and 10am-6pm on weekends, throughout July and August.
You’ll need to use your student card to enter the building after 8pm. Catalyst helpdesk will be open between 8am-8pm on weekdays and 10am-6pm on weekends.
Faculty specific information can be found at the top of this page with department contacts listed. If you are unsure who you can contact during this assessment period, please email your module tutor who can advise you further.
The Accommodation Team have a small number of rooms available for students sitting summer assessments.
Email [email protected] with the date(s) you need to ask for a quote, and our Accommodation Team will be happy to help.
FAQ – Finalist/graduating students
Finalist students must complete their summer assessment to graduate and receive their degree certificates.
Final year students who complete their summer assessment will have the opportunity to graduate in the next conferring period which is usually July of the following year.
If you have passed an assessment but have been given a deferral opportunity (following a Personal Circumstances form being approved), you will be able to attend the ceremony in July and complete the deferred assessment in August (if you choose to take up the deferral opportunity).
Your summer assessment results will be published on the Student Homepage on the following dates:
You’ll need to speak to the organisation that has made an offer of employment and explain that you will receive the outcome of your course in September. It may be that they can hold the offer open for you until then.
Once you’ve completed your summer assessment, your marks will be reviewed by the award board. If you have passed at this point, your certificate will be sent out to your home address in October.
Will I still have access to Blackboard and my university email address – text content”>Blackboard and university email accounts will remain available for those students undertaking summer assessments. Account access will remain available until after your assessment so you can access the resources you need. Your accounts will be closed after you’ve officially completed your programme – for more information on what you need to do to prepare for this, please visit our dedicated page.