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The resubmission period is one year from the date formal written notification is sent to you by Student Services. The fee for thesis re-submission is updated annually; see the fee schedule for the current fee.
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For information about the evidence you need to provide, please visit our Tell us of a disability webpages.
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Details of how to register to either attend your graduation ceremony, graduate in absentia or defer your graduation will be emailed out in advance and once details are confirmed. If you believe that you should be graduating at an upcoming ceremony but haven’t received an email from us a month beforehand, then please do get in touch with us.

You must ensure that your name, home address and personal email address details on NottinghamHub are correct to ensure we have the correct details to send your certificate. Please also ensure you have paid all tuition-related fees to be eligible to graduate. Deadlines to complete these tasks for graduation in 2022 will be updated shortly.

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Students have the option to request to defer their graduation when registration opens for their ceremonies. Please note that deferring gaduation means that you will not receive a certificate until you graduate; this may impact on applications for jobs and further study. Requests to defer graduation must be received well in advance of graduation; deadlines for 2022 will be published shortly.

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Disability Support Services need your evidence so that we can put your support in place for your studies. For more information about how your data is used, please see our Privacy Statement.
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Yes. We will confer your award in Winter 2021 so that you can receive your certificate and you will be invited back to our rescheduled ceremonies in 2022.  

 

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Yes, our getting around campus and choosing accommodation page includes further information about this and other pre-arrival information you may need to consider.
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Yes, the buddies and peer mentors in your academic school may be able to help. You can also speak to your Support and Wellbeing advisor, or contact Counselling. Do also keep in touch with your Disability Support Adviser or Academic Support tutor.
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We are currently finalising details for all graduations in 2022. We intend to announce information about these ceremonies on our website, over email and University communication channels in January 2022.

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You can request a confirmation of student status letter from the online store.

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