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Final Awards, Progression and Course Results


When will I have my results?

The schedule for receiving your results is given below.  Your results will be published on your Student Record, accessible through your MyEd portal, and you will be informed by email (either via an automated EUCLID message or from the School) when they are available.


University Deadlines - these are the latest dates by which results must be published

Below are the University's deadlines for communicating Final Award, Classification, Progression and course results to students. These are the latest dates by which results must be published - the School will contact students if results are published earlier.

  • Friday 16 June 2017 (by noon)
    • Publication of all awards and course marks for students who are planning to graduate in July 2017.
  • Tuesday 04 July 2017 (by noon)
    • Publication of progression decisions (ie. permission to progress to dissertation) and course marks.
    • It is anticipated that these decisions and results will be published before this date.


Progression Results

Progression decisions are determined by the relevant Board of Examiners for your Degree Programme.



Who do I contact if I have a query or need to talk to someone?

If you have any questions at all concerning the release of your final award / classification result or need to talk to someone about your outcome please contact the staff below, or your Personal Tutor (if available) :

  • Postgraduate students : PGT Administrator (JCMB 5211, 0131 651 7761,, alternatively contact the Teaching Administrator (JCMB 5211, 0131 650 5043,
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