The Final April/May Exam Timetable is now available. Please go to Timetables and Venues Tab to view.
The Exams Team is responsible for a range of areas relating to degree examination arrangements, including timetabling degree exams, making arrangements for disabled students, allocating invigilators and the co-ordination of the publication of degree exam results.
We also make arrangements for overseas students to sit their resit exams in their home country.
Examination Diets for Session 2012/13
Wednesday 5 - Friday 14 December 2012 (inclusive)
Monday 22 April - Friday 17 May 2013 (inclusive)
Monday 29 July - Friday 16 August 2013 (inclusive)
Deadlines for students to meet with the DS:
Friday 9 November 2012
Friday 1 March 2013
Any student requiring special arrangements in examinations in relation to an ongoing disability must inform the Disability Service and provide written evidence to support any requests.
If the disability is a temporary one e.g. a broken arm, the Clerk of Senate should be notified by the Head of School as soon as he or she becomes aware of the problem. All arrangements for students with temporary disabilities must be approved by the Clerk of Senate.
Visit the Disability Service website for more information about support for students with disabilities.
For information on exam venues and their accessibility please refer to the Timetables and Venues Tab.
An automated e-mail will be issued to your student e-mail account from MyCampus with your exam results as they become available. Results will also be published on MyCampus. Please note that members of staff are not allowed to give out results by telephone or email.
Please refrain from telephoning or emailing the Registry to check when your results will be published.
Students who reside out-with the UK are eligible to sit their resit exam in their home country, provided we are able to find a suitable location and problematic time differences are agreed with the School.
To register for an overseas exam you should email the Exams Team at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday 21 June 2013.
We regret that any requests received after this date cannot be met.
You should include your student number, name, exam(s) you wish to be enrolled for and the country you want to take your exam(s) in. We will make all the necessary arrangements and inform you of the details.
The venue will normally be a British Council Centre in the country of residence. If there is no British Council an arrangement will be made with a partner institution of the University of Glasgow in the country of residence. Failing this, you would have to travel to the nearest British Council or return to the University of Glasgow to take your exam(s).
The cost of sitting an exam overseas for session 2012/13 is £50 per exam. Please note that the overseas venue may also charge a fee.
Students who reside in the UK may be allowed to take their resit exams out-with the University of Glasgow, in exceptional circumstances. You should first seek approval from your School, who should then, if agreeable, seek permission from the Clerk of Senate.