UCL FACULTY OF LAWS

Information for Current Graduate Students

LLM Exam Results for 2014

Ratification and Publication of Results

The LLM Board of Examiners is due to convene on Wednesday 29th October 2014 to ratify module marks and make recommendations to the UCL Board of Examiners about progression and awards. By 12.00 noon on Friday 30th October 2014, provisional and unconfirmed awards, will be posted below. The lists will be created in PDF format and ordered by programme start date and mode of attendance. When you open the PDF document, enter your 2013/14 examination candidate number in the search function to find your results.

The awards remain provisional and unconfirmed until they have been ratified by the UCL Board of Examiners. Once ratified by the UCL Board of Examiners, which is usually between 2-6 weeks after the LLM Board of Examiners meeting, a full breakdown of module marks and the award will be available in Portico.

Transcripts and Certificates

If you are successful in obtaining an award you will be sent an official transcript, detailing the modules taken and marks achieved, and a certificate of award to your 'correspondence' address in Portico in late December/early January. These documents are produced by the UCL Examinations Office and not by the Graduate Office in the Faculty of Laws. If you have any queries with regard to either of these documents or require multiple copies of the official transcript, please contact the UCL Examinations Office by email: examinations@ucl.ac.uk or by telephone on: +44 (0) 20 7679 4126.

Statement of Award Letter

If you require a 'Statement of Award' letter before receipt of your official transcript and certificate, for BAR, visa or employment purposes, this can be obtained from Student Records only after your module and award results have been finaliased by the UCL Board of Examiners and appear in Portico. Student Records can be contacted by email: studentstatus@ucl.ac.uk or by telephone on: +44 (0) 20 7679 7005/7006.

Candidates who have failed an element of assessment

Those candidates who have failed an element of their assessment will be notified in writing by the Graduate Office and provided with details of reassessment, if applicable according to the regulations, to the 'correspondence' address provided in Portico. A copy of the letter will also be sent to your UCL email account.

If you are on a Tier 4 visa and have failed an element of assessment and are required or allowed to resit your assessment, you will need to seek advice on your immigration status and your right to remain in the UK. Further information can be found online.

The Graduation Ceremony

The Graduation Ceremony for candidates who are made an award in November 2014 will be held in August/September 2015. The UCL Graduation Ceremonies Office will post further details about the graduation ceremony to all successful candidates in March/April 2015, including information about how to obtain a visa to attend the ceremony. Further information about graduation ceremonies can be found online.

References

If you require a reference, you should contact a member of the teaching staff who is familiar with you. Contact details for Faculty of Laws teaching staff can be found online.

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Provisional Award Codes:

Please be reminded that the results and awards remain provisional and unconfirmed, until approved by the UCL Board of Examiners when they will be released in Portico. The UCL Examinations Office will notify you when you can log into Portico and view your final results and awards.

PA

modules assessed passed..

R

failed one or more modules, permitted to resit/resubmit in 2015 as a second (and final) attempt.

Once the results are released in Portico, you will receive a letter by post and email to confirm the arrangements for resitting/resubmitting, plus details of who to contact for further information and guidance. Please therefore ensure your contact details are up to date in Portico and that you are checking your UCL email account regularly.

F+ failed one or more modules at the second (and final) attempt, no further attempts permitted. Unable to achieve an award.

CP

condoned pass degree recommended.

One module assessment has fallen below the pass mark of 50%, but has been compensated against the marks achieved in other modules. Once the results are released in Portico an official transcript of results and award certificate will then be sent to you in the post, so please ensure your postal address details are up to date in Portico.

P

pass degree recommended.

Once the results are released in Portico an official transcript of results and award certificate will then be sent to you in the post, so please ensure your postal address details are up to date in Portico.

M

degree with merit recommended.

Once the results are released in Portico an official transcript of results and award certificate will then be sent to you in the post, so please ensure your postal address details are up to date in Portico.

D

degree with distinction recommended.

Once the results are released in Portico an official transcript of results and award certificate will then be sent to you in the post, so please ensure your postal address details are up to date in Portico.

 

2013-14 Full-time Student Cohort
2013-14 Part-time Student Cohort
2013-14 Flexible/Modular Student Cohort
2012-13 Full-time Student Cohort
2012-13 Part-time Student Cohort

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After Graduation

UCL Laws - through the Bentham Association - is committed to helping recent graduates and alumni stay connected with the Faculty in ways that are mutually beneficial and lasting. All UCL Laws graduates - whether LLB, LLM, PHD or diploma - automatically become members of both the UCL Alumni Association and the Faculty’s Bentham Association. There is no charge to become a member. Membership of the Bentham Association gives you the chance to:

• keep in touch with other alumni and the Faculty;
• receive notices of UCL Laws events such as our public lectures and professional development courses;
• receive news of Bentham Association activities and Faculty news;
• receive a discount of 15% on many of our fee paying professional development courses;
• attend a Bentham Association sponsored drinks reception after a Current Legal Problems Lecture series;
• attend the Annual Presidential Address and Dinner.

For more information:
UCL Alumni Association for new graduates
UCL Laws Bentham Association
Apply for your free UCL alumni benefits card