Request your transcript of qualifications

If you need evidence of your modules studied and grades attained you can request a transcript of qualifications.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we can only provide official academic transcripts digitally.

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If you've already been awarded your degree, please visit:

Graduates: request your transcript of qualifications 


Who can request a transcript

You can request a transcript if you're an undergraduate, postgraduate taught or MBChB student. 

Transcripts are not produced for postgraduate research students. Please see our information for PGR students.

When you can request your transcript

Undergraduate: we may not be able to provide your printed transcript between the start of the exam period and the release of your results.

Postgraduate taught: we can't provide your transcript or any official University document outlining your results until you've been notified that your degree has been awarded (usually between November and December). 

Instead, we may be able to give you a Summary of Results.

If you ordered a transcript and we can't produce it, we'll either refund or hold your order until your results are released.

How to request your transcript

Online via Gradintelligence

If you're an undergraduate student, you can access your digital transcript for free online via Gradintelligence following Autumn/Spring Semester results release.

If you are a postgraduate taught student, you won’t be issued a transcript until your degree has been awarded.

Digital transcripts serve the same purpose as printed transcripts and are accepted by many global organisations. You can share your transcript securely with any third parties using Gradintelligence.

Access your digital transcript via Gradintelligence

If you can't find your activation email from edocs@sheffield.ac.uk, please email SSiD

Academic transcripts via SSiD

If you require additional copies of your transcript, you can order these from SSiD.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we can only provide official academic transcripts digitally.

Digital transcripts are £3 and issued in PDF format. They include a digital stamp and signature from the University Secretary and are official in this format. 

Request digital transcript online (£3)

MBChB students

Due to COVID-19 the Medical School can only produce digital transcripts. 

If you are a current MBChB student, please request your transcript via Minerva.

The Medical School will then produce your transcript. They aim to process your request within 10-15 working days.

For any queries, please contact:

Processing times

  • Online orders can take between 10 - 15 working days to produce.
  • If you studied on a collaborative course it can take up to 6 weeks.

We'll notify you by email once your document has been completed.

During busy periods it may take us longer to process your order. 

Postgraduate research students

Transcripts are not produced for PGR students. 

If you need proof of your attendance and course of study we can give you a Confirming Letter.

If you need proof of your Doctoral Development Programme (previously RTP), please contact Research and Innovation Services for a Statement of Academic Progress: ddpenquiries@sheffield.ac.uk.

For more detailed information about your research, please contact your academic department.

Diploma supplement

If you graduated after the summer of 2005 and require a Diploma Supplement with your transcript, you can request this online via the link below.

Please state under the 'additional requirements' section that you require a Diploma Supplement.

Request Diploma Supplement

A Diploma Supplement can be attached to your official transcript to improve the international recognition of your academic qualifications, by:

  • describing your qualification in an understandable way
  • describing the content and structure of the higher education system within which your qualification was issued

If you're are an Erasmus or Study Abroad student, you must apply for a Diploma Supplement from your home University.

For more information please visit:

Explaining what's on your transcript

For an explanation of the grades, module/unit outcomes and terminology on your transcript, please visit: