Assignment Services for Students
Find out how we can help you with the handing-in and collecting of assignments.
Handing in your assignment
Each assignment should be handed in with a completed Faculty cover sheet (available from the relevant campus library). To make everything as quick and stress-free as possible to ensure that:
- You allow plenty of time to print and submit your work before the deadline. It is extremely busy on the day that assignments are due to be submitted, printing facilities are in high demand and there may be queues to hand in work.
- You have included all pages and inserts before you hand in your assignment. Pages cannot be added or amended following submission.
- All of the cover sheet details are completed before you come to the desk to hand-in your assignment. If you are unsure of your registration number (Student ID) you can check it using Selfcare by logging in with your User ID and password. Please make sure you have the correct module code
The cover sheet will be stamped and signed by staff at the point of hand-in and you will be given a receipt as proof of hand-in. Please keep your receipt for when you come to collect your marked assignment.
Collecting your marked assignments
Check our 'Assignments Ready to Collect' blog to find out when your assignments are ready to pick up.
The University standard for making marked assignments available for students is four working weeks from the date of hand-in. (The four week period is extended by the duration of the University vacation during the Christmas and Easter vacation periods.)
To collect your assignment, present your photographic ID and inform staff of the module code of the assignment you wish to collect. Assignments must be collected in person.
Marked assignments are retained and made available for collection for a minimum of four weeks.
Please note that some assignments are retained by Faculties for the purpose of external moderation.
Late hand ins and mitigation
Where to get your work bound
Assignments Ready to Collect Blog
You can use the new Assignments Blog to check whether your marked assignments are ready to pick up.
You can search by module code, module title, by lecturer, or browse by subject. If a particular module is not here then it is not ready to collect, but do keep checking.
You can pick up your assignments from the same library you submitted them to.