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The administrators supporting the Committee work as quickly as possible to ensure that accurate and clear information is included in the outcome letters. It is expected that responses will be sent to the College, or direct to the student (in cases of direct application) between 5-10 working days after the meeting. Please do not chase for outcomes until 10 working days have passed. 

Please be advised that staff are operating in a hybrid working model, working both remotely and in the Student Services Centre (SSC). Please continue to submit applications to the Examination Access and Mitigation Committee (EAMC) for consideration and if you have any queries, please email eamc@admin.cam.ac.uk.

Information for students on the University's mitigation measures can be found online here

The Examination Access and Mitigation Committee (EAMC) considers applications for students on the following courses: the Foundation Year, all Undergraduates, EMBA, LLM, MAcc, MASt, MBA, MCL, MEng, MFin, MMath, MMus, MSci and PGCE.

The EAMC also considers applications for Examination Allowances for certain Postgraduate degrees which includes the MPhil by Advanced Study, MRes, MEd or MSt degrees, the Diploma in Economics, the Postgraduate Diplomas in Legal Studies and in International Law, or the Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS). Candidates should contact their College Tutor if they are not registered for one of the above courses and need information on examination allowances.

Please see the headings below for specific information relating to students on certain courses and how to apply. Please refer to the 2022/23 guidance notes and use the relevant application forms.


Foundation Year students, all Undergraduates, EMBA, LLM, MAcc, MASt, MBA, MCL, MEng, MFin, MMath, MMus, MSci and PGCE

Applications for disregarding terms, dissertation and coursework extensions, illegal combinations of papers, fee remission, conditional allowance of a term and resuming study to the EAMC must be submitted by the relevant Senior Tutor on behalf of the student concerned using the relevant application form. Students should raise any queries relating to applications to their Tutor or Tutorial Office as as appropriate. 

Guidance notes for disregarding terms  Application form for disregarding terms
Guidance notes for dissertation and coursework extensions Application form for dissertation and coursework extensions
Guidance notes for Illegal combinations of papers Application form for Illegal combinations of papers
Guidance notes for fee remissions Application form for fee remissions
Guidance notes for conditional allowance of a term Application form for conditional allowance of a term
Guidance notes for resuming study Application form for resuming study
  Student declaration form

The EAMC considers applications for examination allowances from Colleges on behalf of students and directly from all undergraduates and students on the following courses: the Foundation Year, EMBA, LLM, MAcc, MASt, MBA, MCL, MEng, MFin, MMath, MMus, MSci and PGCE.

Guidance notes for Examination Allowances                  (College) Application form for an Examination Allowance
  (Student) Application form for an Examination Allowance

 


Certain Postgraduate degrees which includes the MPhil by Advanced Study, MRes, MEd or MSt degrees, the Diploma in Economics, the Postgraduate Diplomas in Legal Studies and in International Law, or the Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS)

The EAMC considers applications for examination allowances from Colleges on behalf of students and directly from students registered on the MPhil by Advanced Study, MRes, MEd or MSt degrees, the Diploma in Economics, the Postgraduate Diplomas in Legal Studies and in International Law, or the Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS).

Guidance notes for Examination Allowances                  (College) Application form for an Examination Allowance
  (Student) Application form for an Examination Allowance

 


Examination Access and Mitigation Committee meeting dates

Dates of Committee meetings  are below, along with the deadline for submission of applications.

To ensure that the papers can be circulated to members in good time the deadline has been bought forward to midday on the Wednesday the week before the meeting. Applications received after that deadline will be held until the next meeting.

Applications submitted must be complete – any that have ‘evidence to follow’ will be returned and asked to be resubmitted once complete.

All undergraduates, EMBA, LLM, MASt, MBA, MCL, MEng, MFin, MMath, MMus, MSci and PGCE

 

Certain Postgraduate degrees which includes the MPhil by Advanced Study, MRes, MEd or MSt degrees, the Diploma in Economics, the Postgraduate Diplomas in Legal Studies and in International Law, or the Certificate of Postgraduate Study (CPGS)

Date of meeting 2022-2023

Deadline for papers (midday)

 

Date of meeting 2022-2023

Deadline for papers (midday)

14 October 2022

5 October 2022

 

14 October 2022

28 September 2022

11 November 2022

2 November 2022

 

11 November 2022

26 October 2022

9 December 2022

30 November 2022

 

9 December 2022

23 November 2022

13 January 2023

4 January 2023

 

13 January 2023

21 December 2022

10 February 2023

1 February 2023

 

10 February 2023

18 January 2023

10 March 2023

1 March 2023

 

10 March 2023

22 February 2023

14 April 2023

5 April 2023

 

14 April 2023

29 March 2023

5 May 2023

26 April 2023

 

5 May 2023

19 April 2023

2 June 2023

24 May 2023

 

2 June 2023

17 May 2023

23 June 2023 (Finalists Prioritised)

14 June 2023

 

23 June 2023

7 June 2023

14 July 2023

5 July 2023

 

14 July 2023

28 June 2023

28 July 2023

19 July 2023

 

28 July 2023

12 July 2023

11 August 2023

2 August 2023

 

11 August 2023

26 July 2023

25 August 2023

16 August 2023

 

25 August 2023

9 August 2023

15 September 2023

6 September 2023

 

15 September 2023

20 August 2023

 

 
*The deadline for Certain Postgraduate Degree Applications is an additional week prior to the usual deadline to allow the EAMC administration staff to contact the Degree Committee for further information required to consider the case. We cannot guarantee that we will receive this information in time for the usual EAMC deadline and cases may be delayed until the following meeting. 

Information on Examination Access Arrangements and Adjusted Modes of Assessment can be found online here.

 


Annual Report of the EAMC

The administrators supporting the EAMC compile the Annual Report in the Michaelmas Term of the following academic year and present it to the EAMC and it's parent Committee, the Examination and Assessment Committee, the following Lent Term. Once those bodies have received the report, it will be published online. 

The annual report for 2020-21 can be found here