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Everything You Need to Know

We understand the uncertainties that the current circumstances have for our students. Here you will find support and information for applicants and students, apprentices and trainees, parents and carers and businesses including the process for Results 2021 & Centre Determined Grades.

As we re-imagine College life alongside this pandemic, you can be sure we are committed to providing our students with a vibrant, inspiring and productive time throughout their studies at Belfast Met.

Summer Results 2021 


Click here to access the Summer Results 2021 letter to see how we intend to issue the results for your course(s) this summer. 

Please follow the instructions in the letter to make sure you receive your results when expected.

Please note that all arrangements shown in the letter are based on current government COVID safety guidelines. We will contact you to inform you if these arrangements change in any way. 

Contact your tutor/Course Coordinator if your results are not listed in this letter.

Photo ID
If collecting results on campus, you must bring photographic ID.

Who do I contact for queries?
If you have any queries about the results you receive, please refer to the Belfast Met Appeals Process.


For information on CCEA GCSE, AS and A2 grades click here

Latest Update: 19 May 2021 - Centre Determined Grades 2021 - CCEA GCSE, AS & A2


On 6 January 2021, the Minister of Education, Peter Weir MLA, cancelled all CCEA GCSE, AS and A2 examinations scheduled for January, February, May and June 2021. Instead, by Formal Direction of the Minister dated 2 March 2021, the approach to awarding grades in Summer 2021 will be based on teacher professional judgements, with moderation.

This summer schools and colleges have been asked to award a grade that reflects a students knowledge, understanding and skills based on the specification content that the school/college has covered. These grades will be referred to as Centre Determined Grades (CDG’s).

No algorithm or statistical adjustment to grades will be involved this year. Grades will be based on teacher judgement using evidence selected by the centre, following the alternative arrangements process set out by CCEA. Grades submitted to CCEA are not final until they are released in August 2021 and may be subject to change.

CCEA has stated that centres cannot share the centre determined grades they will submit with students in advance of them being issued by CCEA on results day (August 2021).

Lateral Flow Testing 


For the attention of those students currently coming into college buildings

In May, Belfast Met introduced Lateral Flow Device (LFD) testing offering twice weekly LFD testing to all students and staff currently attending College campuses.

While LFD testing is voluntary, we would strongly encourage you to take up the offer to further reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus.

We are continuing to distribute test kits for those who wish to use them. Collection point details are below:

Titanic Quarter Campus: Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm at the concession stand in the reception area of the campus.

Millfield Campus: Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm at the main reception desk.

Castlereagh Campus: Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm at the main reception desk.

E3 Campus: Available 10am-4pm at the rear of main reception desk.

Girdwood Campus: Requests for LFD kits at Girdwood can be made by emailing: estatefmhelpdesk[AT]belfastmet[DOT]ac[DOT]uk[DOT]

If you wish to collect a test kit please follow all social distance guidelines, sanitise your hands and ensure you are wearing a mask at all times.

Further information on Covid-19 Self-Testing is available below. 

Covid Self-Test Help

Covid Self-Test Video