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How do I access my coursework submission deadlines?

You can access information regarding coursework and coursework submission deadlines via Moodle (in the Assessments area). Within this area you should find the following information relating to coursework:

  • The units you are registered for
  • Coursework for each unit
  • The type of coursework ie. essay, portfolio, presentation, in class test etc.
  • Submission deadline(s) for each piece of coursework
  • Number of copies to be submitted
  • Whether it has to be run through Turnitin
  • Whether it is a group submission

From the Moodle Assessment area you can:

  • Download and print the relevant coursework cover sheets for your assignments.
  • Go to Coursework Information Site and access ‘My Assignments’

What is 'My Assignments'

‘My Assignments’ is individual to you – it shows:

  • A list of the units for which you are registered.
  • The units where the element of assessment is coursework.
  • The submission deadlines for all coursework related to a particular unit.
  • The location where the coursework is to be submitted.
  • Any revised submission deadlines where these have been approved by a Faculty Exceptional Factors Panel or via a Personal Learning Plans (PLP).
  • Coursework you have already submitted and the dates submitted.
  • Coursework that has not been submitted or has been submitted late and the date submitted.

What do I need to do to submit my coursework?

In ‘My Assignments’

  • Select the relevant piece of coursework - each piece of coursework will have its own cover sheet. Click ‘Download Cover Sheet’ and print.
  • Attach the cover sheet securely to your coursework.

Does it matter if I print the wrong coursework cover sheet?

Yes it does. Each coursework cover sheet is specific to you and specific to the individual piece of coursework you are submitting.

  • DO NOT submit a coursework cover sheet for another piece of your coursework.
  • DO NOT use another student's coursework cover sheet.
  • Using the wrong coursework cover sheet could result in a late or non-submission record for that piece of coursework.
  • Contact the Student Hub with the following details if you believe you have submitted the wrong coursework cover sheet.
    • Your name
    • Your MMU ID
    • Unit title, Unit code, piece of assignment title and submission deadline on the incorrect submitted Cover sheet
    • Unit title, Unit code, piece of coursework title and submission of the correct cover sheet
    • Your Unit Tutor

Can I print off my coursework cover sheet in advance?

Yes – As long as you are registered on the unit, the coursework cover sheet will be available to download.

If I lose my coursework cover sheet will I be able to print another copy?

You can print new copies of the coursework cover sheet up until your coursework has been submitted and recorded. Once the piece of coursework has been submitted and recorded in the database, the Download Cover Sheet link is replaced by the date your coursework was submitted.

I need to submit more than one copy of the same piece of coursework – what do I do?

  • You only need to print off one coursework cover sheet.
  • Secure the copies together (or put in a plastic folder) and attach the coursework cover sheet.

The coursework is a group submission – what do I do?

  • If submitting as part of a group, every member of the group MUST print off their own coursework cover sheet
  • Tick the box on the coursework cover sheet indicating it is a group submission
  • Attach each member of the groups coursework cover sheet to the ONE piece of coursework

I have to submit my work via Moodle – what do I do?

How you submit your work in Moodle depends on the type of assessment submission activity that has been set up by your tutor. Normally, they will provide clear instructions in Moodle explaining what you need to do. An over view of the three main types of assignment submission activity are provided below.

Moodle Assignment Submission

The icon shown below indicates a link to a Moodle assignment activity:

Download A Guide to Submitting Assignments in Moodle.

Turnitin Assignment Submission

The icon shown below indicates a link to a Turnitin assignment activity:

Download A Guide to Submitting Assignments to Turnitin in Moodle.

Moodle Video Assignment Submission

The icon shown below indicates a link to a Moodle Video assignment activity:



Do I need a cover sheet for work that I submit online via Moodle?

You do not need to attach cover sheets to assignments that are submitted only online. However, if you are required to submit your work online (e.g. to Turnitin for originality checking) and as a printed copy you will need a cover sheet to hand in the printed copy of your work.

Do I get a receipt for assignments submitted online?

Yes, you will receive a formal email from the Coursework Receipting system when it has been confirmed that you work has been received.

For submission to Turnitin assignment activities

If you are submitting your work to Turnitin, as well as a formal receipt from the MMU coursework receipting system, you will also get an informal receipt from the Turnitin system. Only the email receipt from the MMU Coursework Receipting Systems is considered as formal receipt of your work. You can check the status of any submissions in Turnitin at any time by following the link to the Turnitin activity and selecting the My Submissions tab.

For submission to Moodle assignment activities

For submission to Moodle assignments you will receive only a formal email from the Coursework Receipting system. You can check the status of any submissions in Moodle assignment activities at any time by following the link to the Turnitin Moodle activity and looking under the Submission status heading.

Moodle Video Assignment Submission

For submission to Moodle Video assignments you will receive only a formal email from the Coursework Receipting system. You can check the status of any submissions in Moodle Video assignment activities at any time by following the link to the Moodle Video assignment activity. Your uploaded videos will be listed as shown below.



How do I know the date and time when my assignment is due to be handed in?

You will find the date on which your assignment is due in the Assessment block on the right hand side of the Moodle unit area.

Important Note: “You must submit your work on the deadline date. Please do not leave it until the last minute to submit your assignment, in case you encounter any difficulties. If you are submitting online, you are strongly advised to submit your work by 9.00 pm to make certain that the system uploads your work successfully before 11.59pm. Your work will automatically be recorded as a fail if it is not processed by 11.59pm.”

Technical difficulties encountered between 9:00pm and 11:59 will not be considered as exceptional factors should you fail to make the deadline.

I have submitted an assignment to Turnitin. Why was this required and what happens to my work.

There are two main reasons that your tutors might be using Turnitin. This will normally be explained to you by your tutor in the assignment brief.

1. To check the originality of your work.
“Students agree that by taking a course at MMU all required assessed work may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to Turnitin.com for the detection of plagiarism. All submitted papers will be included as source documents in the Turnitin.com reference database solely for the purpose of detecting plagiarism of such papers. Use of the Turnitin.com service is subject to the Usage Policy posted on the Turnitin.com site.”

2. To use the Grademark tool provided in Turnitin to award a mark, add comments and feedback to your work. Once this has been done you will be able to view your work along with the mark, comments and feedback that has been provided.

I have to submit my work on a CD/DVD/USB pen drive. How do I do this?

You need to print out a coursework cover sheet as usual and submit via the Coursework Submission Box.

For a CD or DVD, place the disc inside a protective case or CD sleeve and put it, along with the Cover sheet inside an A4 plastic pocket wallet (like those you put inside A4 ring binders), and secure the top with staples. Alternatively use a plastic folder that closes securely.

For a USB Pen drive, secure (sellotape) the pen drive to the cover sheet, and place inside an A4 plastic pocket wallet (like those you put inside A4 ring binders) and secure the top with staples.

Where do I submit my coursework?

Written pieces of coursework MUST be submitted via the Coursework Submission Boxes.

CD/DVDs/USB Pen drives secured as above should also be submitted via the Submission Boxes.

Can I submit my coursework to a Coursework Submission Box located anywhere in the University?

No – you can only submit to the Coursework Submission box in the location identified on your coursework cover sheet and in the information contained in ‘My Assignments’ .

The location(s) and availability of Coursework Submission Boxes for each Faculty/Campus are listed here and displayed on your ‘My Assignments’ page.

Access to Coursework Submission Boxes is dependent upon the various opening times of University Buildings and availability may vary during University vacations. University Buildings are closed on public holidays and between Christmas and New Year's day.

Non-standard submissions (coursework too large to be submitted via the submission boxes)

Alternative arrangements/locations are in place in each Faculty/Campus ie a studio, a lab. etc for the submission of larger or non-standard pieces of work, ie journals, garments, portfolios, artwork and dental devises that do not fit into the blue Coursework Submission Boxes.

Information in ‘My Assignments’ and your coursework cover sheet will identify the submission location for your coursework.

Print your coursework cover sheet and hand this in at the alternative location identified in ‘My Assignments’ page and on the coursework cover sheet.

What confirmation do I receive to show that I have submitted my work?

The Coursework Submission Boxes are emptied regularly during the day and coursework is logged the day it is submitted.

The submission deadline for all coursework is 9.00pm on the submission date.

An email receipt is sent to your MMU email account once receipt of your coursework is logged. Please check your MMU email account regularly.

You will receive an email receipt within 12 working hours of submission (email receipts for work submitted late Friday will be sent the following Monday).

What if I cannot submit my work by the submission deadline?

If for any reason you feel you will be unable to submit your work by the specified deadline you should immediately make an appointment to see or speak with your Student Support Officer.

Late submission

If you submit the piece of coursework after the submission deadline you will receive a “Late Submission” email, and information in ‘My Assignments’ will automatically update to record the work as a ‘late submission’. Note: a mark of zero will be applied to all late submissions.

Non submission

If you fail to submit coursework you will receive a "Non Submission" email notification, and information in ‘My Assignments’ will show ‘non-submission’ against that piece of coursework. Please note that if you do not undertake coursework based assignments and you are a student on a Programme participating in the Student Engagement Monitoring Scheme, this will trigger further correspondence regarding non-engagement in your programme of study.

Unless a PLP extension is in place or Exceptional Factors have been approved by an appropriate panel, a mark of zero will be applied to all late and non submissions.

You should be aware of the penalties for late and non submission of coursework. These are outlined in the Assessment Regulations for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes of Study

In Year Assignment Recovery Scheme

  • In Year Assignment Recovery is open to Level 4 students who receive a mark of less than 40% for summatively assessed elements of assessments (this includes late submission) or who fail to submit summatively assessed elements of assessments by specified deadlines.
  • You will have received an email if you are eligible for this scheme, along with details of who to contact to discuss this further.
  • Please also see Scheme Details.

I have exceptional factors which have affected my ability to submit my piece of coursework by the submission deadline

If you feel you that exceptional factors have affected your ability to submit your piece of coursework by the submission deadline you should complete an Exceptional Factors Form (EF1) explaining the circumstances affecting your ability to hand in your work by the submission deadline. For further information on the procedures relating to Exceptional Factors, please refer to the Guidance Notes.

I have been granted a revised submission deadline by the Exceptional Factors panel how will this be dealt with?

The Student Life Office will be informed of any revised submission deadlines. The information in Moodle and in ‘My Assignments’ will automatically show the revised date.

I have a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) - what do I do if I can’t hand my coursework in on time?

Does your PLP state that you can negotiate revised submission deadlines?

If yes – and you are experiencing difficulties meeting deadlines for reasons related to your disability

  • Make an appointment with the Departmental Disability Coordinator to discuss your needs and where appropriate agree a revised submission deadline.
  • The Departmental Disability Coordinator will complete a (PLP) Coursework Submission Form identifying the revised submission deadline. You will be given a copy and a copy forwarded to the Student Life Office.
  • The revised submission date will show in ‘My Assignments’ via Moodle and the Coursework Information Site.
  • You have been absent from the university and were unable to request a revised submission deadline or have missed your deadline for reasons related your disability (e.g. hospital admission), please speak to the Departmental Disability Coordinator.

If yes – BUT the reasons you are experiencing difficulties meeting deadlines are NOT related to your disability i.e an illness not related to your disability or a family bereavement

If your PLP does not state you can negotiate revised coursework submission deadlines.

  • And you are experiencing difficulty meeting deadlines for reasons related to a disability (e.g. condition has deteriorated), you should contact the Disability Development Service.
  • And exceptional factors prevent you from attending, completing or submitting an assessment on time then you will have to go through the normal exceptional factors procedures as detailed above.

Problems with submitting your work?

Some or all of my units are not showing in ‘My Assignments’

You may not be registered on all your units. Visit the Student Hub to ensure you are registered on the correct units. If you are not registered on a particular unit you will not be able to print the coursework cover sheet to submit your assignment.

I can’t print my coursework cover sheet

If the coursework cover sheet is not showing or it won't download correctly, please contact the Student Hub to resolve the issue

I have not received an email receipt what do I do?

First check your spam account/junk mail folder

Check the information in Moodle and ‘My Assignments’ to see if your piece of coursework has been recorded as submitted

If still no email receipt and no record in ‘My Assignments’, then contact the Student Hub/Student Life Office.

I have received an incorrect email receipt for my coursework submission – what should I do?

If you have received a Late Submission e-mail and you have been granted a revised submission deadline either from the Exceptional Factors Panel or as a result of negotiations relating to your PLP, please email the Student Hub with the following information:

Your name;
MMU ID;
The Unit Title,
Assignment Title,
The original submission date
The date you submitted your work.

Also submit confirmation from the Exceptional Factors Panel or if you have been granted an revised deadline as a result of your PLP, the PLP Coursework Submission Form signed by the Unit Tutor or designated member of academic staff.

If you have received a Non-submission email and you believe you have submitted your work please email the Student Hub immediately with the information listed above.

Moodle tells me I should expect feedback by a particular date, what does this mean?

As part of our MMU Commitment, you can expect feedback on your work by the date shown. Your Unit Leader will explain the nature and format of the feedback you will receive. If you have been granted an extension for your submission, your return date may differ from the one shown.

What is the status of marks in Moodle?

Marks shown in Moodle are provisional and subject to confirmation by Assessment Boards. It is therefore possible that the final marks you receive are different from your provisional marks.

In Year Assignment Recovery Scheme (Level 4 Students Only)

Am I eligible for the scheme?

  • You will have received an e mail informing you of your eligibility for this scheme
  • Please also see Scheme Details.

How do I access my new coursework deadline?

How do I submit this coursework?

  • You should submit your coursework in the same way as your original submission (Coursework Submission Boxes or online).
  • A coursework cover sheet is available on the ‘My Assignments’ section of this site.

What confirmation do I receive to show that I have submitted my coursework?

  • You will receive an email receipt in your MMU email account.
  • Please note: submissions status under this scheme will NOT appear on your coursework page.

Students Studying on the Cheshire campus

Second Re-assessment Opportunity

If you fail your first re-assessment, you are entitled to a second attempt at re-assessment, provided you engaged fully with the first. By this, we mean that you:

  • Re-submitted all required items of coursework
  • AND attended all resit examinations
  • AND attended or participated in any required re-assessment events and / or activities

Note: Submission of work for in-year recovery shall be accepted as full engagement with re-assessment.

This is called the 'full engagement rule'. If you require a further explanation of this or of any other aspect of the Assessment Regulations, you should contact your Faculty Student Support Officer or the Students' Union Advice Centre.

If you do not engage fully and seriously with your first re-assessment and you fail, you risk having to leave your course, even if you have done some of the work

Re-sit Examination Periods

For undergraduate students, the next opportunity to re-sit examinations will be during the Summer 2018 examination period ie 30 April – 25 May 2018.

For postgraduate students, the timing of the next opportunity to re-sit examinations will vary depending on your programme of study. Further information will be provided on an individual basis.

Re-sit Examination Timetables

Summer 2018 undergraduate examination timetables will be published in January 2018. Students should check their MyMMU for their personal exam timetable. Students who have provided a mobile number will also receive a text message notifying them when the timetable goes live.

Details of the publication of postgraduate examination timetables will be provided on an individual basis.

Re-assessment in Coursework

If you are required to be re-assessed in coursework, information regarding assignment briefs and submission deadlines will be made available within the relevant unit area(s) of Moodle.

Re-assessment Fees

If you have to re-sit examinations or be re-assessed in coursework, there is a single payment of £50 to cover all the re-assessments relating to the current academic year.

The only extension of the original fee is if you have approved exceptional factors.

You can pay the re-assessment fee securely online via the University’s Online Payment system - follow the links for ‘Make an Online Payment’.

Alternatively, you can pay online via the Met Card website. You will need to log in using your MMU ID and password and select the option for payment of goods and services.

Taking Re-assessments Next Academic Year

Please be aware: All students taking re-assessments will be subject to a maximum possible mark of 40% (50% for postgraduate students). This is called capping.

If you failed more than 90 credits in your assessments, you must take the year again with attendance.

If you took your first re-assessments in August 2017 and still did not pass, as long as you made a serious effort, you will be given a final re-assessment opportunity next academic year. You have the option to enrol either with or without attendance. If you enrol with attendance, you will be subject to the usual attendance and work requirements of any enrolled student.

Undergo re-assessment with attendance

You must enrol in September 2017 as an attending student using Manchester Metropolitan’s Online Enrolment system. You will be required to pay tuition fees, but normally if you are receiving a Student Loan, you will be able to apply to your award agency e.g. Student Finance England for loan support for one extra year. You must attend all classes for the unit(s) you are repeating.

Further guidance for returning students is also available is also available at the University’s Welcome Page.

Undergo re-assessment without attendance

You must still enrol in September 2017 as a ‘Repeat without Attendance’ student using Manchester Metropolitan’s Online Enrolment system. This will give you access to Moodle, the Library, and computer drop-in centres.

You will not be able to attend classes. You will either hand in re-assessment coursework on a designated date or attend re-sit exams, usually in May. It is your responsibility to ensure you know the hand-in and examination dates. If in any doubt, contact your Student Hub.

You must keep the University up to date on your contact details by using the University’s Contact Management system.

Students with a Student Loan

If you are taking your re-assessments with attendance, you will have to pay the tuition fee for each unit you take. Therefore, this requires a considerable financial investment on your part. You might be able to access a Student Loan, however please bear in mind that your maximum entitlement to a loan is normally for the standard length of your course plus one year. This includes any loan you might have had for other courses.

We strongly recommend that you check your entitlement with your loan provider (e.g. Student Finance England) before enrolling to be re-assessed with attendance, to ensure that if you take out a loan, you will still have enough funding to be able to complete all the remaining years of your course.

Our Student Financial Support Team can also provide information for you. You can call 0161 247 1045 to discuss this or to arrange an appointment to see a member of the Student Financial Support team in the Student Hub in the Business School on the Manchester campus.

Overseas Students

If you are a Tier 4 International student, you cannot remain in the UK unless you are repeating with attendance.

If you fail your first re-assessment, providing you have failed in 90 credits or less, you can enrol as a ‘Repeat without Attendance’ student. This allows you to continue to have access to Moodle and to your University email account. Do this by contacting the Enrolment Helpline on 044(0)161 247 5959. You will have to leave the UK and return in the summer for your second re-assessment.

However, if your Head of Department agrees, Manchester Metropolitan’s International Office recommends that you enrol to be re-assessed ‘with attendance’ for the unit(s) you have failed at the first re-assessment. The advantage of doing this is that you will be able to renew your student visa and the extra attendance will give you a much better chance of passing and going on to the next stage.

If you fail more than 90 credits, you do not have a choice and must take your re-assessments with attendance.

The Home Office has introduced a time limit for the Tier 4 (General) student route. Please read the next section on Visa and Home Office Requirements.

Please be aware, if you are re-assessed with attendance, you will have to pay the full fee for each unit. If you pass, the maximum mark you can achieve is the basic pass mark (40% for undergraduate courses and 50% for postgraduate courses) This maximum mark for re-assessment is called capping.

Whether you are repeating with or without attendance, Tier 4 students must now read the next section on Visa and Home Office Requirements.

Tier 4 (General) and Home Office Requirements

This section is relevant for all overseas students who hold a Tier 4 visa.

If you have not passed the year, your result will show either that you have failed without further opportunity for re-assessment OR that you can have another chance to take the assessments, either with or without further attendance.

Please consider which category you are in and follow the instructions in the yellow boxes.

1. You can repeat the assessments you failed with attendance or your dissertation as a writing up student.

Check carefully which units you have to repeat and then enrol using Manchester Metropolitan’s Online Enrolment system.  If your course structure has changed, the University might not be able to offer identical units to repeat with attendance. You will have to pay a tuition fee per unit you repeat.

You must attend all classes, submit all course work and attend re-registration with Manchester Metropolitan’s International Office at the beginning of the spring and summer term. You may also be required to meet with the International Office’s compliance team to establish contacts to meet Home Office compliance regulations. The team will also refer you to Manchester Metropolitan’s Immigration and Welfare team to so you can get help later on with extending your visa.

2. You can repeat the assessments you failed without attendance.

The University must report to the Home Office through your CAS number that you are repeating the assessments without attendance. The University will also report when you intend to leave the UK and return for exams.

As you are not attending any classes, you must return home. You must provide evidence of travel plans to your home (example flight ticket) to internationalenrol@mmu.ac.uk. Your current visa will become invalid after the University has reported your situation to the Home Office.

When you are ready to return to Manchester Metropolitan for your exams, you must apply for a new visa to enter the UK. If you are returning to complete final year exams, you will need to return to the UK under the Short-term Study route, further information on how to apply can be found on the International Office’s website.

If you have more than 6 months of your course remaining, you should return to the UK as a Tier 4 (General) student: information on how to apply can be found on the International Office’s website.

Do not return to the UK to complete your exams on a tourist visa. If you require further information please contact the Immigration and Welfare Team on visaextension@mmu.ac.uk or call on 0044 161 247 1022 (option 3).

3. You have failed the year without the opportunity to continue on your course

The University must report to the Home Office through your CAS number that your time with Manchester Metropolitan has come to an earlier end due to failure with no opportunity to continue on the course.

You must return home as you cannot continue on your course and attend classes. You must provide evidence of what you will do next, for example, your flight ticket to return home or Unconditional Offer to start at another University. Send this to internationalenrol@mmu.ac.uk.

Your current visa will become invalid after the University has reported your situation to the Home Office. You can contact an MMU Immigration adviser to discuss your personal situation and get advice by emailing them on visaextension@mmu.ac.uk or call on 0044 161 247 1022 (option 3).

4. You may continue on your course, but, with the agreement of your Head of Department, you are taking some time out. This is called ‘intercalation’.

The University must report to the Home Office through your CAS number your academic situation, when you intend to leave the UK and when you intend to return to recommence your course.

For further advice and options to protect your immigration status and history, contact a Manchester Metropolitan Immigration adviser by emailing them on visaextension@mmu.ac.uk or call on +44 (0)161 247 1022 (option 3).

For more information about reporting and record-keeping duties of the University, please refer to Statement of Student Responsibilities under Tier 4 for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Important Note for Tier 4 students

The Home Office has introduced a time limit for the Tier 4 (General) student route. You cannot spend more than 5 years studying under the Tier 4 route in the UK (with some exceptions). Any delays you experience in your studies may affect your stay in the UK and extending your visa under the Tier 4 route in future.

For further advice and options to protect your immigration status and history, contact a Manchester Metropolitan Immigration adviser by emailing them on visaextension@mmu.ac.uk or call on +44 (0)161 247 1022 (option 3).

For more information about reporting and record-keeping duties of the University, please refer to Statement of Student Responsibilities under Tier 4 for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Exceptional Factors

For further information and guidance on Exceptional Factors, consult Exceptional Factors – Frequently Asked Questions.

Academic Appeals

For further information and guidance on Academic Appeals, please visit the Academic Appeals webpage.

If you have to do re-assessments, you should continue with your preparation as normal. It is likely that you will not receive a decision on your appeal until very close to or after your exam or submission date. Do not wait for the outcome of your appeal before deciding what to do next. Even if your appeal is successful, you will probably still have to take the re-assessment. The most common outcome of a successful appeal is that the status of your re-assessment will be changed.

You can also attend classes pending the outcome of your appeal.

If you are a Tier 4 International student, you must provide proof to Manchester Metropolitan's International Office l (for example your receipt from the Student Hub) that you have submitted an appeal. This should be emailed to internationalenrol@mmu.ac.uk. The University will report you have submitted an appeal to the Home Office via your CAS. Please do not send your appeal application to the International Office.

Student Support Officers and Study Skills Support

There is a Student Support Officer in each faculty who will be able to give you help and advice on study skills, preparing for re-assessment, academic appeals and exceptional factors. Full details are available via the University's Student Support Officer website. There are also workshops running throughout the year, including the Writing Project course, to assist you with everything from assignments to exam techniques; bookings can be made through Careerhub, Events, and searching for Study Skills

Coaching for Academic English

Coaching for Academic English provides free English classes and one-to-one tutorials for international students at Manchester Metropolitan in every faculty during the Autumn and Spring terms, and one-to-one individual writing consultations during the third term and summer.

Wherever you are based at the university, you can find help. We focus on the skills needed for good quality academic writing, listening, reading, and speaking, as well as grammar instruction. All classes are delivered by qualified and experienced tutors.

 For more information go to the Coaching for Academic English website.

Useful Links

Over the re-assessment period, the Counselling Service can help on issues such as relaxation and stress management. It has a wealth of self-help information including the CALM (Computer Aided Lifestyle Management) Relief Series. This is an online multi-media programme available to all students at Manchester Metropolitan that can help with stress, anxiety and other problems.

Go to the Counselling Service website.

Go to the MIND website to find out more about how to cope with exam stress.

The Disability Service produces a range of study skills support leaflets, including exams revision, referencing, essay writing and a general study guide, which can be downloaded from their website.

Go to the Disability Service website.

The Students Union Advice Centre offers help and support on all the main issues affecting students at MMU. It is a specialist, independent unit whose aim is to ensure that your time at university is not lessened through a lack of support or knowledge of your rights. It can also represent you at meetings and hearings, resources permitting.

Go to the Students Union Advice Centre website

As the Cheshire campus will be closing in the summer of 2019 different processes may need to be followed if you do not pass your assessments.

If you have not passed your assessments, there is advice and support available. Please refer to the communications you have received about your results, which detail the next steps for you to follow. It is very important that you follow the steps outlined in our communications to you.

If you require further information, please email po.cheshire@mmu.ac.uk.

For further details about the type of reassessment advice and support available over the summer period, please visit www.cheshire.mmu.ac.uk/students/examinformation/