Your University Classification Information

On this page you'll find links to your university resources (for both UK and Irish universities) that explain how much each year is worth and how your classification is calculated. Every university differs slightly so make sure you're up to date on how your uni does it. These documents can be a bit lengthy, so once you do find it  share it with your mates to help them out!

Sometimes specific courses might calculate things slightly differently so if you think that might be the case with your degree, it's always worth getting in touch with your department.

COVID-19: Because of Covid, weightings may have been affected slightly too. Again, if you think this is the case, we recommend you get in touch with your department.

We've updated the resources below for the 2021-2022 academic year. Some Universities haven't posted their 2021-2022 resources yet, which is why we've provided the latest versions we were able to find.  

If your uni resource isn't provide below, this means we've struggled to find the resources online. If you happen to find it, or see that the one we've provided is a bit outdated, then please email it to us at info@unimateapp.co.uk with the subject "Uni Resources"!

Don't forget to download the UniMate app and to keep track of all your grades and check our our  grade calculator which tells you what you need to get a 1st or 2:1! Download UniMate on iOS or Android

Level 4 = 1st year / Level 5 = 2nd year / Level 6 = 3rd year