Degree & university rights
Discovering that a significant change has been made to your degree course can be frustrating – especially if the cost or location changes. Our guides explain your rights as a student and can help you complain if your course changes.
Answers to your problems
I want to appeal my grade, how do I do that?
If you're unhappy with your degree grade, you may be able to complain or appeal by following your university's academic appeals and complaints procedures.
A change has been made to my degree course, what can I do?
If a significant change has been made to your university or degree provider course you could have rights to redress, which could be financial.
Step by step guides
How to complain if a change is made to my degree course?
If your university or degree provider course has been changed significantly follow this simple step-by-step guide to redress.
How to appeal a university grade
If you're unhappy with your degree grade, you may be able to appeal or complain. Follow the Which? guide on how to appeal an academic decision or grade.
Letter appealing a degree or module result
Use this Which? template letter to appeal a university degree grade or course module result you're unhappy with.