If you are unhappy with the outcome from any hearing, then you have will have the right of appeal but only on limited grounds. These are -
21.1 There is new and relevant evidence which the student was demonstrably and for the most exceptional reasons unable to present at the Disciplinary Hearing or Provost’s Hearing or during a Faculty fitness to practise investigation. This may include evidence in mitigation.
Such new evidence must be submitted with the student’s written notice of appeal or, if it is not possible to include the evidence at the time the notice is submitted, the notice must be accompanied by a note explaining the evidence the student wishes to submit.
21.2 The Disciplinary Committee, Provost or Faculty fitness to practise investigation did not comply with its stated procedures.
21.3 The penalty made was too severe or was inappropriate or disproportionate to the breach of the Disciplinary Code or fitness to practice standards.
The appeal must be in writing, stating clearly the specific grounds listed above on which you want to appeal, providing appropriate evidence. This notice of appeal must reach the Clerk to the Disciplinary Appeals Committee within 14 days of the receiving your outcome letter. They are based in the Student Gateway, Gateway House.