Important information about exam results

Results for undergraduate and postgraduate taught students on standard intake programmes will be released on a staggered basis from Tuesday 5 to Thursday 7 July. Please see below for details on when your faculty will release results:

  • Arts, Design and Humanities from 2pm on Tuesday 5 July

  • Health and Life Sciences from 2pm on Tuesday 5 July

  • Computing, Engineering and Media from 2pm on Wednesday 6 July

  • Business and Law from 2pm on Thursday 7 July.

If your results are going to be released on a different day for your programme of study, your faculty will inform you separately.

You can access your results using the ‘My Results’ tile on your MyDMU dashboard. 

Guidance on using the tile is available here. This is where your progression/award decision will be shown. You must click to drill down for your ‘personal assessment advice’ - this is where you will also find guidance for any resits you need to take (if applicable).

Please note that your eligibility to attend graduation is dependent on successfully passing all assessments.

Also see: Results Release Day advice and support, for hints and tips to help guide you over the next few weeks, no matter what your academic outcomes might be.

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

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Your Higher Education Achievement Report

Higher Education Achievement Reports (HEAR) for both finalists and progressing students will be available to view and share from Monday 18 July.

The HEAR is a digital 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 includes prizes or awards you received and any relevant activities you've done while at DMU. It also includes a simple summary of any official club or society positions held. 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 while you are waiting for your certificate to be issued to you.

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.

Best of luck in your exams and assessments.

Posted on Tuesday 17 May 2022

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