Results for Postgraduate Taught students – when you can expect them

Results for postgraduate taught students will be available on the following dates: 

  • HLS – Thursday 5 November from 2pm 
  • ADH, BAL and CEM  – Thursday 12 November from 2pm 

You will access your results using the enhanced My Results tile on your MyDMU dashboard. 

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We’ve merged the previous version of the My Results tile with the old My Progression Requirements tile to make it much easier for you to see everything in one place.   

Guidance on using the tile is available here. 

If you have any questions about your results, please contact your Faculty Student Advice Centre. If you are struggling to access the tile, please contact the ITMS Service Desk

Degree Certificates  

Certificates will be posted to the permanent address held on your student record, however, in light of the current lockdown arrangements, we are currently unable to provide a timescale for this. You must therefore make sure this record is up-to-date by checking your My Personal Details tile in MyDMU.  Please note: we cannot currently offer direct collection of certificates in person. 

Your Higher Education Achievement Report

For those students receiving their final award outcome, your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) will be available to view and share from Monday 23 November.

This report is an electronic document of your official academic transcript of your study at De Montfort University.  It confirms your registration with us, the start and end dates of your programme, overall results, module results and any additional information that you may have accomplished. This is stamped with the university seal. 

Please see the following link for more information on HEAR. As a verified and secure way of documenting your achievements, this will provide the evidence that you require and can be shared with employers, government agencies or universities. This should be used whilst you are waiting for your certificate to be issued to you.

Posted on Monday 2 November 2020

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