Please note: if you are appealing the outcome of a 2018-19 assessment, you must appeal under the 2018-19 Academic Appeal Regulations (link below).
The Faculty Student Appeals Committee (FSAC) comprises the Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellor (PVC) (or nominee who is a senior academic) and two colleagues at least one of whom is an academic member of staff. The FSAC considers appeals by taught students against decisions made by a Board of Examiners about progression, assessment or awards.
The Central Student Appeals Committee (CSAC) is a committee drawn from a panel of senior academics from across the University. The CSAC considers appeals by taught students against decisions made by the FSAC.
Neither the FSAC nor the CSAC can make academic judgements, i.e., change marks or degree classifications, and will not permit students to resit or retake modules which they have already passed.
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