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Exam Timetable

Your exam timetable will be published in MySIS. It will tell you when your examination is taking place, where your exam is (either physical venue or online) and what your seat number is. If you have any problems with your timetable, please email the Exams Team as soon as possible via

Examination Period Dates 2023/24

Semester A Examinations

  • 04 January - 19 January 2024: Examination Period

Semester B and Year-Long Examinations

  • 02 May - 31 May 2024: Examination Period
  • 06 and 27 May 2024: Bank Holidays

Late Summer Resit Period

  • 05 August - 16 August 2024


Timetable Publication Dates 2023/24

Please be aware that these dates are subject to change.

We expect to publish your individual Exam Timetable to your MySIS accounts after 6pm on:

  • Monday 27 November 2023: Semester A Examinations
  • Tuesday 02 April 2024: Semester B and Year-Long Examinations
  • Monday 22 July 2024: Late Summer Resit Examinations

Please note that if we are able to publish your timetable earlier than the advertised date above then we will do so. Any changes to publication dates will be recorded on this page so please check back for any updates.

*Due to the short period of time between official results release and the late summer examination period, please be advised that you will not receive as much notice of your individual exam timetable as you receive ahead of the January and May examinations. 


Please be advised that it will not be possible for the Exams Team or your School/Institute to share details of examination dates ahead of the timetable being published. 

  • Do not make vacation arrangements that will involve you being away before the formal end of the exam period, this is due to the occasional and unavoidable necessity to change the date of an exam.
  • Please note that it is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the day, time and location of your exams. It is also your responsibility to obtain a copy of your individual timetable, to check for and raise any possible errors with the Exams Team via as soon as possible.
  • If you have registered for modules at another University of London college then the details of the exam will be sent to you once we receive them from the relevant college; this is normally during the Easter vacation. If you do not receive this information, contact the Exams Office at the university teaching the module.


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