Last updated 07 March 2023
There are also Maths exams for the first and second year in January during the Spring term.
All our exams are held on campus, unless otherwise specified, which means that you need to make sure you are present in London and able to attend the exams in person.
It is your responsibility to check the exam timetables. Please note that students taking Business, Computing and Humanities/Language exams will also receive separate information about these exams direct from the module’s home department.
The Exams Team will send examination timetables to students via email. These will also be uploaded to Celcat and the exams webpages, so you can access them in several places.
MSc students only: MSc modules are also taken by undergraduate students, so the information on sitting the exams will apply to you, but the post-exams process is different. After the July's Board of Examiners' meeting, you will be given a provisional indication of your performance (pass or fail). Your final results will not be available until after the MSc Examiners’ Meeting in late October. All grades and marks are provisional until confirmed by the MSc Board of Examiners. Your final MSc degree classification (Fail, Pass, Merit or Distinction) and your transcript will be made available to you from the Registry website soon after the Board of Examiners Meeting (usually by early-November). Registry will email you instructions for seeing your transcript once it is ready.