Postgraduate Issues


Following recent Government advice, we are as much as possible equipped to continue working, however our team are now working from home until further notice.    

We will strive to maintain a business as usual service throughout this extraordinarily challenging period but inevitably there may be disruptions and some services unavailable for the time being as a consequence of having to relocate to working from home and co-ordinate resources across multiple locations.

Please head to our Coronavirus website where we regularly post information and update our FAQ’s. 


Restrictions imposed as a result of COVID-19 mean that our campus is currently closed and we will not be running formal examinations on campus.

For further information about assessments and exams please refer to the FAQ pages.    

Special Circumstances:

Students will not be asked to submit Special Circumstances forms and evidence for modules assessed during semester two; students unable to complete semester two assessments, for whatever reason, will automatically be granted uncapped resit opportunities for non-submissions or in the case of failure; this suspension of our normal Special Circumstances procedure will be temporary to cover this assessment period only.

Semester Two Results:  After the Examining Board have confirmed your marks your results will appear on your Student Record after 10am on Thursday 9 July.

It is essential you check your results and register your intentions to resit modules (coursework or examination) during the August resit period.

The Academic Registry is located on the First Floor of the Cledwyn Building, Penglais Campus.

Academic Registry,
Aberystwyth University,
Cledwyn Building,
SY23 3DD

Postgraduate Issues:

Office Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday 8.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday - Closed.

Additional Information

You will also find useful information on your Departmental web pages.  They have been designed to provide information specific to your course and it is recommended that you access them.