Late Work

If you have legitimate reasons for not completing your work on time, you should discuss your problems with your Programme or Module tutor BEFORE the submissions deadline.

The School defines late work as work submitted for assessment after the published deadline, where the student does not or cannot cite proven mitigating circumstances.

The University has an agreed common policy on penalties for late submission, as follows:

  1. First sit coursework submitted up to one week after the published deadline should be capped at 40 for undergraduate students, or 50 for postgraduate students, and thereafter awarded a grade of zero;
  2. Deferred coursework submitted up to one week after the published deadline should also be capped at 40 for undergraduate students, or 50 for postgraduate students, and thereafter awarded a a grade of zero;
  3. Referred coursework submitted after the published deadline should be awarded a grade of zero unless an extension has been granted.
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