Postgraduate Issues

 NOTICE:   

SEMESTER ONE EXAMINATION PERIOD 2019/2020

The semester one examinations will start on

WEDNESDAY 8 JANUARY 2020

and finish on

WEDNESDAY 22 JANUARY 2020

Details of the examination timetable can be found here.

Special Circumstances

Please make sure you let your department(s) know of any special circumstances (medical, personal etc.) which might affect your performance in Semester One in plenty of time and BEFORE the meetings of examination boards.  You should do this by completing a “Special Circumstances Form” which you can obtain from your department, as a link from your Student Record on the Web or at the following web address: http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/academic/special-circumstances/ .  If you are ill you must provide a medical certificate.  It is much harder to get your module marks amended once they have been agreed by Departmental and University examination boards.

Semester One Results

Following the Examination Boards your Semester One results will be posted to your “Student Record”  https://studentrecord.aber.ac.uk/en/login.php on the web for you to access, and print a copy if you wish.  Paper copies of results WILL NOT be circulated to you.  Results will be available as follows:

PART ONE (Year One):  Thursday 20 February

PART TWO (Year Two and above), VISITING AND EXCHANGE STUDENTS:  Thursday 27 February

It is essential you act upon any correspondence sent to you regarding your performance following confirmation of your Semester One results.  Failure to do so might lead to problems for you later in the session.

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

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

Postgraduate Issues: pgsstaff@aber.ac.uk

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.