Transcript of Qualifications Request
Information for current and former students wishing to request their official Transcript of Qualifications, outlining their modules studied and grades attained.
Postgraduate students due to be awarded in November/December 2020: Please do not place an order for an academic transcript until have been notified that your degree has been awarded at the end of November/beginning of December. Any orders received prior to the award of your degree will be cancelled and refunded.
- How to Request Your Transcript
- Processing Times
- Archive Requests
- Delivery and Collection
- Diploma Supplement
How to Request Your Transcript
If you're a current undergraduate or taught postgraduate student and you require evidence of your modules studied and grades attained, you can request a Transcript of Qualifications.
Before requesting your transcript, please read the relevant information below to determine whether and when you can obtain your official transcript.
You can access your digital transcript for free online via the ShARe system if you are:
- a current undergraduate student
- a former undergraduate student who started their course in September 2012 or after
- a former postgraduate student who graduated in January 2016 or after
If you can't remember your login details, please email SSiD.
If you're a former student and don't have access to ShARe you must order your transcript online via the link below.
Academic Transcripts are printed on University headed watermarked paper and include a wet stamp and signature from the University Secretary.
Once your order has been processed you will receive a dispatch notification email.
If you're a former student who doesn't have access to ShARe and require a digital only transcript, please follow the link below to place an order for a digital transcript.
Your digital transcript will issued in PDF format, includes a digital stamp and signature from the University Secretaryand is official in this format.
If you're a current undergraduate student, we may not be able to provide a printed transcript between the start of the exam period and the release of your results. Instead, we can provide you with a Summary of Results.
If you ordered a transcript during this period and we cannot produce it, your order will either be refunded or held until your results are released.
If you started after 2012, your results will be available through MUSE on your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR).
Your final electronic HEAR serves the same purpose as a printed academic transcript and is accepted by many global organisations.
|Postgraduate Taught Students||
If you're are a current postgraduate taught student, we cannot issue you with your transcript or any official University document outlining your results until your final results have been approved by the Faculty Board.
Where you started after 2014, you will receive your official electronic transcript via ShARe once your degree has been awarded (usually between November and December).
Your electronic transcript serves the same purpose as a printed academic transcript and is accepted by may global organisations.
We may be able to issue you with a provisional Summary or Results before this time, please visit the page below for more information.
|Postgraduate Research Students||
Transcripts are not produced for research degrees. We can provide you with a Confirming Letter proving your attendance and course of study with us.
If you require more detailed information regarding your research, please contact your academic department.
Doctoral Development Programme/Research Training Programme
If you need proof of your Doctoral Development Programme (previously called RTP), the Research and Innovation Services can provide you with a Statement of Academic Progress.
The Medical School can only produce academic transcripts digitally due to COVID-19. If you require an MBChB transcript, please order a digital transcript via the link below:
All academic transcript requests received for MBChB courses will be forwarded to the Medical School for completion.
They aim to process your request within 10-15 working days.
If you're a current student and would like us to hold your transcript order until the Spring semester results are released, please state this in the 'additional requirements' section.
- Current/Recent Students (up to 12 months after Graduation) = £3
- Graduates/leavers since 1 Jan 2000 = £5
Watermarked hard copy
- Current/Recent Students (up to 12 months after Graduation) = £5
- Graduates/leavers since 1 Jan 2000 = £10
Or it's free if you can access your transcript via ShARe.
- Online orders can take between 10 - 15 working days to produce.
- If you studied on a collaborative course or we don't hold electronic records of your modules and results it can take up to 6 weeks.
COVID-19: we aim to process your order within 10-15 working days (not including postage) but this may take longer at busy times as we have a limited number of staff working on campus due to social distancing rules. We will notify you by email once your document has been dispatched.
If you studied before 31 Dec 1999 we cannot produce your transcript as we cannot currently access our archive records due to COVID-19.
Your transcript can take up to 6 weeks to produce if we do not hold electronic records of your modules and results.
If our archive records are incomplete we may not be able to provide a complete transcript of your modules and grades.
If we do not have a record of your grades a refund will be issued and alternative documentation may be provided.
If you graduated after the summer of 2005 and require a Diploma Supplement to be issued 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.
A Diploma Supplement can be attached to your official transcript of qualification 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 further information please visit the page below.