Exam types

  • The University is fully committed to follow all instructions and directions issued by the Health Authorities.
  • Sanitisers will be in place in all examination venues and every person entering the examination venue will be required to sanitise their hands.
  • Every person entering the examination building will be required to wear a mask.
  • All examination halls will be set up in a manner where students will have at least 2 metres distance from each other.

Time-constrained and take-home exams will be administered through WISEflow.

  • WISEflow - This digital assessment platform will be used for online exams. WISEflow can be used for file submission type of exams, including essay-based exams and has a plagiarism detection facility. It can also be used for multiple-choice, short-answer, true/false, and other interactive exams.

User guides for staff and students are available.  

Assignments, dissertations and theses will be collected through the UM VLE used for teaching. The existing policies and procedures regarding the electronic submission of assignments, dissertations and theses through the UM VLE will be retained.

  • Assignments and undergraduate dissertations - Tutors will set up the Turnitin assignments activities (draft and final) for assignments and undergraduate dissertations within the respective study-unit area on the UM VLE.

  • Postgraduate dissertations and theses - PG students, supervisors and examiners have access to a PG dissertation area on the UM VLE. Turnitin draft and final activities have already been set up in these areas for students to submit their dissertations. The supervisors will always need to set the due dates of the Turnitin submission drop-boxes.

User guides for staff and students are available.  

Oral exams and vivas might be held both in person and via Zoom. The F/I/C/S will advise via the published timetable or through a mailshot, on a case by case basis.