You should receive provisional marks and feedback, for both examinations and coursework, within 20 working days (which excludes weekends, public holidays and periods of University closure only) of submission. Provisional results are then approved by the University Assessment Board when you are either at a progression point e.g. having finished level 4 (Year 1) to see if you can progress to level 5 (Year 2); at an award point or if there is an issue that needs attention e.g. a fail mark where reassessment needs to be offered or if a valid Extenuating Circumstances claim has been made etc.
Therefore, unless there is an issue with a mark you will receive your confirmed results once a year when you reach a progression point. For many students this will be in July before you are due to commence a new year/level of study. If you are a part-time student who does not reach a progression point on an annual basis your results will be released in July of each year or October for part time health programmes or at your award point whichever comes first.
Postgraduate students do not have progression points as all study is usually at level 7. Unless there are any issues that need attention e.g. a fail mark where reassessment needs to offered or if a valid Extenuating Circumstances claim has been made etc. you will receive your confirmed marks annually in October or at your award point, whichever comes first.
Confirmed results will be released, where applicable, on or after the dates shown for University Assessment Boards.