University of dundee registry

By | 26th May 2017

University of dundee registry

Registry

Registry is responsible for key processes relating to undergraduate and postgraduate students such as matriculation, tuition fee invoicing, examinations, graduations and all external and internal requests for statistical information on student numbers.

These include such returns as HESA, SFC and individual Research Council submissions. Registry records and maintains all student-related information on the Student Records System in accordance with University requirements and those of external funding bodies. It also provides a range of services to students, academic and support staff, senior management, committees, colleges and schools.

University of dundee registry

Registry consists of the following areas

Contact us

You can contact us through the Enquiry Centre, Campus Green (next to DUSA The Union) or contact us direct on +44 (0)1382 385390 or email registry@dundee.ac.uk

Examinations

T     he Examinations Office acts on behalf of all schools to provide arrangements for all Examination Diets, Exam Papers, Degree Certificates and Transcripts

You will automatically be entered for your module examinations and we will confirm this is correct with schools. It is possible that your school may contact you to check your module registration.

You may wish to review the examination regulations and the statement regarding anonymous marking.

When are the degree exam diets

Exam diet Month Timetable published
Semester 1 diet December October
Semester 2 diet April/May March
Resit diet July At least two weeks before

Where are degree exams held?

Venue Location
Accountancy LR This is within 1 Perth Road
Bonar Hall The Main Hall on the ground floor of the Bonar Hall
Dalhousie Rooms in the Dalhousie building are numbered according to their Block and Floor Level.
Sports Hall 2 In the Institute of Sport and Exercise; the entrance to SH2 for exam purposes is in Kincardine Street, the side road between the ISE and Heathfield
Tower IT Suites
(A, B, C D or E)
Located in the Basement of the Tower Building

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Preparation and advice

Academic Skills Toolkit & Exam Revision Toolkit are available within My Dundee and have lots of useful information on:

  • Controlling exam stress
  • Exam strategies
  • Preparation tips for your exams

Preparatory Resit Exam Programme (PREP ) runs for the two weeks prior to the resits. PREP has a simple aim to help you pass your resit examinations.

Resit fees

If you have to resit an examination there is an additional fee

One subject £50
Each additional subject £25

Examination timetable

Find out the latest examination timetable

Timetable changes

Find out Timetable changes

Students with disabilities

A separate timetable is available to all registered students with disabilities who are entitled to extra time during exams or who require a scribe, a PC or other equipment. This timetable details where exams will take place.

All students entitled to extra time will be accommodated in a separate venue away from the main exam halls. This will allow these students to work uninterrupted by the exit of large numbers of students, and will be provided dedicated invigilation. Extra time will only be permitted in these separate venues (generally the G rooms in the Tower Building although we anticipate having to use a number of other venues). Any student entitled to extra time who nevertheless attends for an exam in the main venue (Sports Centre, Bonar Hall, Accountancy Lecture Room) will not be entitled to extra time in that venue. Please make sure you attend for exam at the right venue.

If any student does not intend to sit their examinations in a separate venue, and wishes to sit in the main venue without extra time being allowed, could you please let Registry know as soon as possible so we can amend our records. It would also be helpful if you could advise Disability Services of your decision.

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Getting your results

You can view your results in eVision

Results are available all year round except during the examination diets, or the subsequent period of time during which examinations are marked; this is in keeping with standard University policy.*

*- this does NOT apply to students in the Nursing & Health Sciences or CEPMLP.

Agreed results will only be made available after ratification by an examination board (usually during the Summer months). If you have any queries relating to your results then you should contact your School in the first instance.

We will email your @dundee.ac.uk address to confirm your results. Final year undergraduate students will receive an academic transcript at graduation.

Your final result and classification details will also be made available in eVision.

Assessment scales

Assessment scales can be viewed at http://www.dundee.ac.uk/registry/examinations/assessment-scales/