The Academic Appeals Team is part of the Quality Assurance Unit of the Academic Office and is responsible for the administration of academic appeals in accordance with Anglia Ruskin's Academic Regulations. We ensure that there are effective and timely procedures in place for the handling of academic appeals.
The Team comprises three staff led by the Examinations and Academic Appeals Manager, Lorna Kempster. The Team is located in St. George House (2nd Floor) in Cambridge and Ashby House (2nd Floor), Chelmsford.
Full details of the Academic Appeals process are set out in Section 9 of the Academic Regulations which includes a flow diagram which summarises the appeals process. Any student who is considering submitting an academic appeal is strongly advised to consult this section of the Academic Regulations and to discuss the matter with their Course Group Leader, Student Adviser and/or the Students' Union prior to the submission of any academic appeal.
A student has the right to appeal against a decision of the Anglia Ruskin Awards Board on the following grounds:
A student may not appeal on any ground which:
All academic appeals must be submitted to the Academic Appeals Team of the Quality Assurance Unit by specified deadlines which are linked to date of the relevant Anglia Ruskin Awards Board and the date of the Official Publication of Results .
All academic appeals must be notified by use of the official Notification of Appeal Pro-forma
Students who wish to pursue an appeal further after it has been considered by the Preliminary Review Panel should complete the official Request for an Appeals Panel Hearing Pro-forma .
Further generic advice on the Academic Appeals process and related regulations is available from email@example.com
Further information can be found on the Anglia Ruskin's Academic Regulations section.Go to right hand side links go to local menu Go to main menu