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📣Results - In Conversation with Michelle from SAA✅

Aoife met with Michelle from SAA to chat through all things results.

All info on Results can be found here

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On this page you will find;

 

  • Info on Accessing Results
  • Feedback on Assessments
  • Rechecks
  • Appeals
  • Supports

 

Autumn semester results will be available from 2.00 pm on Thursday 20th January 2022.

  • First Year and Second Year Undergraduate full-time students, First-Year PME students, and LINC students, registered on the UNIT-e system, can access their results by logging into https://register.mic.ul.ie/ using their Username (MIC Email address) and Network Logon Password and clicking on the "Results" tab on the Homepage screen.
  • All other students can access their results via the MIC Results server:  https://results.mic.ul.ie.
  • In order to access your results online, it is essential that you know your Network Logon Password (i.e. the password you use to access Student E-mail, Moodle, etc.). If you have forgotten your Network Logon Password, you can reset it via  https://passwordreset.microsoftonline.com.
    If your password has expired you can reset it via https://adconnect.mic.ul.ie. For any other issues please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • We strongly urge you to check that your network logon password is working correctly in advance of the release of results to avoid undue delay in accessing your results.
  • Updated Student Transcripts can be accessed via the SI Student Portal at www.si.ul.ie. 3rd and 4th-year Undergraduate Students & Postgraduate Students can access the SI Student Portal using their Username (MIC Student ID Number) and their SI Portal Password. If you have forgotten your SI Portal Password, or it has expired, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and your password will be reset

Under no circumstances can results be given over the phone or email as the College is obliged to protect the confidentiality of results under the Data Protection Acts. 

Should you owe fees, you will not be able to access your results.

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Results will only be made available once the payments have been fully processed on the student accounts.

Feedback on Assessments:

Students will be able to access their assignments and view feedback, where it exists, from Thursday 20th January 2022 onwards, when results become available.

Students are asked to follow the steps below to view their script(s):
1. Log into Moodle.
2. Click on the module you wish to view the script for.
3. Click on the link to which you uploaded your assignment.
4. Click on your assignment to view comments/feedback.

Alternative Viewing of Assignments requesting Further Feedback

The online application period for viewing (additional feedback): Thursday 20th January – Monday 24th January 2022.

If feedback has already been provided to you on Moodle or directly by your lecturer(s), there is no need to submit an application.

Students of the Faculty of Arts:  If feedback has not been provided, students should complete and SUBMIT the relevant survey for Alternative Viewing of Assignments requesting Further Feedback available here.

Students of the Faculty of Education: In the first instance, students should consult the individual Module Assessment Feedback Document for feedback arrangements (if any) for the module. Please follow the instructions provided by the lecturer(s).

Please note for B.Ed students, the majority of core modules are not providing individualised feedback. Instead, students are advised to self-assess using the detailed grading rubric they were provided with. 

Education students who wish to seek feedback from modules that are providing individualised feedback should complete and SUBMIT the relevant survey for Alternative Viewing of Assignments requesting Further Feedback available here.  

Requested feedback will be available to students on the following date: Wednesday 26th January 2022.  Relevant lecturers will make feedback available to students

 

Rechecks:

Should you believe that your grade in a module is incorrect, you can have the grade rechecked.

Online recheck applications for Autumn semester 2021/22 are open from Thursday 20th January - Thursday 3rd February 2022 via https://www.mic.ul.ie/rechecks-appeals-fees

Recheck fee: €25 per module, which is refundable only if the grade is changed as a result of the recheck. Remember grades can be lowered by a recheck, so be sure you really believe the grade awarded is incorrect before applying. Note: Dissertation modules spanning the academic year, e.g. Undergraduate Dissertation 1 in Autumn and Undergraduate Dissertation 2 in Spring equates to two modules and a recheck fee of €50.

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You will be notified via your College student email once the grade recheck decision has been finalised by the relevant faculty member.

Should the student not be satisfied with the outcome of the grade recheck, he/she may appeal the matter to the Head of Department (HoD) responsible for the module. The appeal must be made within two weeks of the publication of the grade recheck result. 

The HoD decision is final.

 

Appeals:

Should the student not be satisfied with the outcome of the grade recheck, s/he may appeal the matter. The Appeal application must be completed and submitted within two weeks of the publication of the grade recheck result together with the appropriate fee of €50 per module (FYP = 2 modules). The application will be forwarded to the department head responsible for the module. 

The appeal must be on stated grounds and should include a full and complete statement on why you believe the grade awarded is incorrect i.e. stating that you deserve a better grade is not sufficient grounds.  Please refer to the Student Handbook for further information.

The HOD decision is final. 

Online appeal applications can be submitted via https://www.mic.ul.ie/rechecks-appeals-fees

 

Supports:

MIC Counselling

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This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Thurles campus)

MISU

Academic Support (Aoife Gleeson MISU VP/Academic)

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061-774738/086-0220733 

Book an Appointment

Welfare Support (Róisín Burke MISU Prez)

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061-774737/086-0220686

Book an Appointment

We would like to show YOU what YOUR representatives did with feedback/issues/queries that were raised at Union Council and by the MIC Student Body.

Are you unsure of how you can bring issues/feedback/concerns/queries to us? Check out our Communications Strategy for more details.

 

ACADEMIC:

Academic                      Academic 2

 

WELFARE:

Welfare

Welfare 1

Welfare 2

Welfare 2 2

 

Here are a few dates to note before you commence Spring Semester 2021/22.

Second installment of course fees due: 09 January 2022


All Fees info can be found here


First and second-year Undergraduate students and first-year PME students - www.register.mic.ul.ie 

Third and fourth-year Undergraduate students, returning PME students, and all Postgraduate students, www.si.ul.ie 


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➡Spring Semester Timetables 2021/22

These will be released from Monday, 17th January 2022 - these will be available to view here.

➡Autumn Semester Results

These will be available from 2 pm on Thursday 20th January.

All details on accessing Results can be found here 

We will post more information closer to the time about the Results.

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Please make contact with us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 061-400013, or DM us on Social Media if you have any questions.

Both Róisín (MISU President) and Aoife (MISU VP/ACADEMIC) are available if you need to advise.

Contact details can be found here.

If you need to use Public Transport as a means of getting to MIC Limerick or Thurles, you can find everything you need to know on this page.

 

How can MIC Limerick & Thurles be accessed?

Both campuses are in central locations and have both train stations and bus stops in the vicinity of the campus.

 

Is there anything I need to know about using Public Transport?

Yes, as we are still in the midst of a pandemic, you must wear a face-covering on public transport. We would also encourage students to utilise their STUDENT ID cards as a means of availing themselves of student discounts. You should also get a LEAP CARD.

Click here to find out how you can get a Leap Card.

Please note: If you are to opt-in for a Student Leap Card - you will need to get the form validated at UL Student Life.

 

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