Search icon

Annual Repeats

Students who do not perform to the minimum standards during end-of-semester examinations, that are deemed eligible, are permitted to attend annual repeat examinations.
The following knowledge items are accessible on the Student Information & Advice Directory via the Student Hub Online:


When are repeat exams held:

For the Academic Year 2021/22, Annual Repeats are scheduled for Mon, 22 Aug 2022 to Sat, 27 Aug 2022 
The Annual Repeat Timetable 22/23 is now available at 

You can also email your Module Leader to confirm dates and formats of your exams.


Repeat exam fee:

There is an annual repeat fee of €171 per module. 
Payment can be made through UL's automated 24/7 phone system, call +353 61 529 097
*To complete payment please ensure you have the following ready: a valid card to complete payment, Student ID number and Date of Birth

If you are experiencing any issues with completing payment, please contact


Exam Guidelines

To help with your exam preparations, click on the following link to familiarise yourself with the University of Limerick Exam Guidelines

  • Student ID cards are required for entrance exams. If you have misplaced your ID card, you will be required to present a form of identification e.g., driver's license, passport, public services card. If you do not have a form of identification, you will need to go to the Academic Registry service desk to request a document to confirm your attendance. Student ID cards can be ordered on the Student Hub Online.
  • Give yourself plenty of time to arrive at the exam venue.
  • If you miss an exam, contact Academic Registry (AR) on the Student Hub Online and the module leader ASAP. 
  • Phones must be left outside the exam hall. 



Students will be able to access results for the Annual Repeat / Summer exams On Friday, September 2nd.


Progression after repeat exams:

The minimum standards for progression are as follows:

  • QCA greater than or equal to 2.00
  • No deficient grades (e.g. F, N, NG, I)

For further information regarding progression, please see Progression: Minimum Standards for Progression



An I grade may be awarded to students who find themselves in an immediate crisis situation, coming up to or during an exam or final assessment period, which prevents them from being able to sit or complete their exams, assignments or placements. An immediate crisis can relate to ill-health (including illness due to Covid-19), mental health issues, family bereavement/other family crisis situation or exceptional Covid-19 circumstances.

The I-Grade application portal will open Friday 19th August @ 12noon, and close Friday 26th August @ 5pm.
Click the following link for further information and access to the application portal UL Student Affairs - I-Grade Applications


For further support & guidance on the above please contact your Student Support Officer.
If you are not familiar with who your Student Support Officer is, click this link to email our team