Due to the current outbreak of the novel coronavirus (also known as Covid-19), the majority of formal invigilated exams will be replaced by online forms of assessment.
For the latest guidance, including information about online assessments and the recently announced No Detriment Policy, please visit the University’s FAQs for students webpage.
You can still access a range of online support from 301 Academic Skills Centre to aid in study skills and preparation for assessment. This includes webinars, 1:1 Study Skills, Maths and Statistics appointments, and a variety of videos and online resources.
How to access your exam timetable and what to do if there are any issues.
- Spring semester assessment timetable
- August supplementary & reassessment timetable (2020-21)
- Exams outside the main assessment period
- When we publish your timetable
- Problems with your timetable
- See also
Spring semester assessment timetable
The Spring semester assessment timetable will available below in early May.
August supplementary & reassessment timetable (2020-21)
The August supplementary & reassessment timetable will be published towards the end of July.
Exams outside the main assessment period
Some exams are set outside the main assessment period, please view the timetable below to check which ones.
When we publish your timetable
Autumn and Spring Exams
We publish the draft Autumn and Spring Semester timetables on this page in November/December and April/May every year.
We publish the final timetables 2-3 weeks before the start of the exam period.
Please check the final timetable before making any travel or personal arrangements.
Problems with your timetable
If you have two or more exams scheduled at the same time, please report this via the form below within seven days of us publishing the draft timetable.
For information on what to do if you can’t attend or miss your exam, please visit the page below.
If you have any further questions about your timetable or the content of your exams, please contact your academic department.
Exam scheduling guidelines
It’s unlikely that you’ll be required to:
- Sit 4 exam hours per day
- Sit more than one 3 hour exam in a day
- Sit more than 12 exam hours in a week
- Sit more than 9 exam hours over four days