Exam results

How to access your results online

Did you know that you can access your official progress and examination results online?

Go to the Online Results channel in your www.my.bham.ac.uk student portal 'My Exams' tab.

When can you view your online results?

 

For the Main Assessment Period

Official marks, progress and award decisions from the Main assessment period will be available to view online from:

Final Year students:

  • Tuesday 30 June 2020 for undergraduate students
  • Thursday July 2020 for postgraduate taught students

 

For the Supplementary Assessment Period

Official marks, progress and award decisions should be released from the Supplementary assessment period and available to view online from 14 September 2020.

 

For the Postgraduate Taught Dissertation Period

Official marks, progress and award decisions should be released from the Postgraduate Taught Dissertation period and available to view online from 30 October 2020.

 

Are you experiencing technical problems accessing your results?

If you have any technical problems while accessing the Online Results channel in your www.my.bham.ac.uk student portal, please contact the IT Service Desk.

 

What will Online Results look like for non-final year students this year?

As stated in the information available at https://intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/student/coronavirus/your-studies.aspx for non-final year Undergraduate students and part-time Postgraduate Taught students continuing in the next academic year, all students are being automatically progressed to the next academic year. The only requirement is that you engage with a formative piece of Bridging Coursework to prepare you for your next year of study.

With the exception of 1st year Undergraduate students (as 1st year marks do not count towards your final degree classification) and students on programmes that don’t award a classified honours degree (e.g. MBChB and BDS), a provisional progression mark will be calculated for you and displayed in Online Results. To calculate a provisional progression mark, we will calculate a weighted average from your available marks for this year’s modules as follows:

  • Include all marks from completed modules;
  • In addition, where modules are incomplete, we will include marks from all individual pieces of completed work and the credits achieved for those modules will be pro-rated.

Therefore, we have made changes to Online Results to display the credits that have been awarded for a module.

 

What will online results look like for finalists this year?

As stated in the University of Birmingham Frameworks for Assessment and Progression for UG/PGT finalists at: https://intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/student/coronavirus/Update-for-finalists-030420.aspx, in determining how many credits a student has accumulated, for most programmes, partial modules will be accepted. This means that where a student has passed part – but not all – of the assessment components of a module, that will count as a pro rata of the overall module credit value. For example, a student who has completed a piece of work worth 50% of a 20-credit module can therefore be said to have completed 10 credits towards the minimum credits threshold.

Therefore, we have made changes to Online Results to display the credits that have been awarded for a module.

 

 

 

Transcripts and certificates

You can access information about Academic Transcripts, which summarise academic performance and progress to date, or Certificates, which provide official confirmation of the award of a degree from the University.

  

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