Publication of Undergraduate Examination Results 2019-20

Undergraduate examination results for the 2019-20 academic session will be released online at the following times:


Autumn Semester - From 2pm on Monday 9 March 2020

Spring Semester - From 2pm on Friday 10 July 2020

August (Resit) - From 2pm on Friday 11 September 2020

How to Access Your Results
  • Log in to myResults (My Services, MUSE) using your University username and password, or via the link in the top right-hand box on this page.
     
  • Your online results statement will provide you with important information about what to do next, e.g. what to do if you need to re-sit, or how to access summer degree ceremony information and view and print your seat allocations to gain admission (no tickets or other information will be sent by post).
     
  • Please do not attempt to access your results before the times and dates above, as they will NOT be available.
     
  • If you cannot log in immediately, please keep trying. Once the initial volume of traffic has reduced, login delays will become less frequent.
Limits to Exam Attempts

The University’s General Regulations for First (Undergraduate) Degrees include limits on the number of examination attempts available to students.

Only three attempts (a first attempt and two resits) are permitted during the first year of undergraduate study, and only two attempts (a first attempt and one resit) are permitted for the second year (and third year for Integrated Masters courses).

Resit marks are capped at the pass mark for the module, and students who exhaust their resit opportunities before achieving a Pass will be withdrawn from their studies by the University. Final Year students who have not received an award may be permitted to re-sit in the following academic session.

HEAR Updates
  • The live preview of your Higher Education Achievement Report (MUSE > My Services > HEAR) will be updated at the same time as results are released.
     
  • You may wish to use your HEAR, along with the Feedback Portal, to review your progress, e.g. with a tutor or a Careers advisor, and to plan what you want to achieve during the rest of your time at Sheffield.
     
  • Your official HEAR in the Sheffield Authorised Records (ShARe) system will be updated at a slightly later point. See the student HEAR website for exact timings.

    ShARe will enable you to provide official evidence of the achievements published in your HEAR. e.g. to use when applying for jobs/further study.
Results for Visiting Erasmus and Study Abroad Students

If you are a Visiting Erasmus/Study Abroad student who is in your final semester of undergraduate study with us, you will receive an electronic University transcript via our secure, online Sheffield Authorised Records (ShARe) system by 5pm on the day of results release.

Your electronic transcript is official verification of your results, which you will need to share with your home institution.

Transcripts will be issued to:

  • Semester 1 Undergraduate Erasmus/Study Abroad students by 5pm on 9 March 2020
     
  • 2018-19 Postgraduate Erasmus/Study Abroad students by 5pm on 29 November 2019 at the latest (we are not able to publish results until all of the examination boards, at which results are approved, have taken place)
Students Progressing to the Next Level in Semester 2

If you are a cross-sessional student, i.e. you are progressing to the next level of your programme in Semester 2, you will not be able to access your results via the Current Results link in myResults if your transfer to the next level has already been processed. In these circumstances, your results will be accessible via the Previous Results link.

Debts to the University (Students Approaching Graduation)

To ensure the award of your qualification and your attendance at Graduation, all monies relating to tuition and any outstanding tuition-related debt must have been paid to the University prior to Graduation.

Students who fail to do this will have their degrees withheld and will not be eligible to attend a graduation ceremony. Further details can be found on our graduation pages:

Academic Appeals

The process for submitting an academic appeal is explained on our Academic Appeals Procedures page: