If you feel you will not be able to meet your original deadline, don’t worry. There is an automatic extension of 10 working days for all coursework. You don’t need to do anything, just submit the work within 10 working days of the original due date. No late penalties will be applied if you submit within this initial period.
If you can’t meet that extended deadline, you are automatically entitled to a new first attempt which needs to be submitted by 3rd August at the latest. There is no need to request an extension or provide any evidence. No late penalties will be applied so long as you submit your work by 3rd August.
Late penalties will be applied to work submitted after the 3rd August deadline unless you have applied for and been granted a further extension.
If you have specific ECs affecting you in the run-up to 3rd August, you can submit ECs setting out why you need more time. If you can’t provide the medical or other third-party evidence that would normally be required, family or other informal evidence may be enough. If you’re not sure how to submit ECs, get in touch.
If you aren’t able to submit your coursework by 3rd August, you may have to take a break in your studies before you continue to your next year.