Student administration
  1. Student Charter: We are City
  2. New students
  3. Registration
  4. ID cards
  5. Term dates
  6. Exams
  7. If Things Go Wrong
  8. Transcripts
  9. Replacement certificates
  10. Programme legacy
  11. Fees & finance
  12. Update your record
  13. Visas
  14. Student Survey
  15. WOW! Awards
  16. HESA Student Data Collection Notice
    1. Instructions
    2. Before your exams
    3. Timetables
    4. Exception Exams
    5. Resits
    6. Calculators
    7. Anxiety Support
    8. Offences
    9. Periods
    10. Results
    11. Venues
    12. Exam FAQs
    13. Invigilation Information
    14. Special Arrangements
    15. Ask a question
Student administration

Exams

Our role is to manage and organise City, University of London's main examinations as well as a number of what we call 'exception' examinations. These are examinations which are usually held outside the main examination periods for example, Study Abroad, GDL and some MBA/EMBA exams. We also organise examinations for students who require special or alternative arrangements.

Departments sometimes organise their own in-house examinations or tests outside the main examination periods. If you are not sure who is organising your examinations, your Programme Handbook or Course Officer will be able to assist you. Your department will also help you with any enquiries relating to results, progression, coursework or transcripts.

We hope that we have provided in these web pages all the information, help and support you need when taking examinations here at the University. However, if you do have a question or query, please contact us and we will do our very best to help you.

We wish you the very best of luck!

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London EC1V 0HB

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.