You can view your results securely online using myUCLan.
I have looked at myUCLan but my result is not available. Why not?
It may be that your course's Assessment Board has not yet taken place. However, if you were expecting to receive your result, please contact your CAS Hub for assistance.
I'm not sure what my results mean. How can I find out?
Explanatory notes on assessment results are available here. However, if you are still unsure, please contact your CAS Hub for advice. Independent advice can also be found at the Students’ Union Advice and Representation Centre, email email@example.com
I think I could have got a better classification on my Honours degree using the
old 120 or 240 credit calculations – how can I check?
There is an APM spreadsheet for calculating the Honours APM based on 120 or 240 credits at 70:30 weighting, with instructions for completion. After the results have been released, if you think you could have achieved a better outcome using one of these old calculations please email APMQuery@uclan.ac.uk and the calculation will be checked and your award classification amended if necessary. This can be done after the results have been released when your APM will have been confirmed.
I think that there is an error/something missing from my record. Who should I contact?
Please contact your CAS Hub which is responsible for maintaining your personal and assessment records.
I know that I have to undertake reassessment. How will I find out what I need to do?
Your Module Tutor will be able to advise. If you are required to resubmit course work, you will be given details of what is required and a deadline date for submission.
I want to make an appeal against my results. What do I need to do?
You will find detailed information about the Academic Appeals process here.
I'm not happy with the outcome from my First Stage Appeal. What do I need to do?
There is a Second Stage Appeal process. You will find detailed information here.
I have successfully completed my award. How and when will I receive my certificate?
Certificates are printed and distributed throughout the year normally within a 4 week period following confirmation of an award by an Assessment Board. However, at peak times due to the volume of awards, this will take longer. The timetable is as follows:
January - May: certificates printed & mailed within 4 weeks.
June - September: certificates printed throughout August & September. Mailing will take place September - October.
October - December: certificates printed & mailed within 4 weeks.
If you are resident in the UK, your certificate will be posted directly to your permanent home address. If you are an international student, you will receive an email to tell you how to obtain your certificate.