Resit Results – when you can expect them

Resit results will be available from 2pm on Thursday 12 September.

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Your module marks and degree classification (if applicable) will be available via the My Results tile on your MyDMU dashboard.

You will also need to check the new My Progression Requirements tile to see if you will be progressing on to your next year of study and to review your personalised advice regarding your results profile. Previously your personalised advice would have been emailed to you by your faculty.

Guidance on using the My Results tile is available here.

Guidance on using the My Progression Requirements tile is available here.

If you have any problems retrieving your results using these tiles, please contact the ITMS Service Desk on 0116 250 6050 or email itmsservicedesk@dmu.ac.uk.

Your Higher Education Achievement Report

 For those who are due to get your final degree results on Thursday 12 September, your final Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) will be available to view and share from Friday 20 September. 

 The HEAR is our official academic transcript of your results along with your degree certificate. It’s an excellent way to showcase your employability as it captures the individual modules you have completed, prizes or awards you received and relevant activities you've done while at DMU. It also includes a simple summary of any official club or society positions held. Watch our video for more.

 Eligible students will get an email saying that a new document is available from DMU in Digitary. Click on the link in the email and follow the instructions to see your report.

Posted on Tuesday 10th September 2019

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