Student appeals against academic decisions

Any Student may appeal to the Student Appeals Body against an Academic Decision on the ground that due academic process has not been observed by the relevant Faculty in relation to the Academic Decision.

Faculty level appeal against an academic decision

A student may appeal to the Faculty on the ground that due academic process has not been observed by that Faculty in relation to the academic decision.
The basis for the student’s appeal is considered by the relevant Faculty.
After investigation, the Dean of the relevant Faculty provides the student with a written decision regarding the academic decision.

University level appeal against an academic decision

If the student is not satisfied with the written decision of the Faculty with respect to his or her appeal against an academic decision, the student may appeal to the Student Appeals Body, through the Registrar.
The student must fill in the Appeals Against An Academic Decision / Exclusion application form and attach it to their written appeal letter.
The written appeal must be lodged with the Registrar (on behalf of the Student Appeals Body) within 20 business days of the date of the written decision of the Dean of the relevant Faculty, or within such extended time as the Registrar, in his or her absolute discretion, authorises.

Further Information

More on appeal process.