Managing your academic record

View your programme of study

You can view your programme of study via the 'My Record & Results' page on Student InformationThe page includes:

  • Programme contacts: Details of contacts such as your Academic Adviser, Programme Lead and Student Support Co-ordinator. Your Academic Adviser/Student Support Co-ordinator should provide guidance regarding the modules that need to be taken throughout your course.
  • Modules taken with results: Your programme of study so far, showing when you took the modules (in which academic session) and your results to date.
  • Your future programme: The modules in your programme of study in future academic sessions.
  • Average details: Your overall average calculated from the acceptable modules which you have passed thus far.
  • How to add/delete modules: You should be able to add/delete modules from your programme. You should try to register a programme of study with an even load of modules in each semester during the appropriate module registration window.
  • Error messages and warnings indicating a problem with your programme. Please see error messages below for more guidance.
  • How to apply for exceptional circumstances: Please see the exceptional circumstances pages for more information.

Help and advice

If you believe any of this information is incorrect, please contact the Student Record and Curriculum Management Team as soon as possible.

Error messages

It is your responsibility to manage your programme and take the necessary actions to resolve any error messages that show on your 'My Record & Results' page in Student Information. If the programme of study you have registered for does not meet the requirements of your award, then Student Information will generate error messages and warnings to indicate what the problem may be.

It is important that you do not ignore any error messages as they mean that your programme is incorrect and this may prevent you from graduating by your expected completion date. If you do not understand any errors or warnings, it is important that you seek advice and take the necessary action as soon as possible.

Programme advice

If you need programme advice, please do not hesitate to contact your:

Also see the Student Information user guide.