A transcript is an official hard copy of your academic record. It is prepared on bespoke transcript paper and is issued by the University of Durham. If you attended prior to 2005, your records will be collated manually. Although we always endeavour to locate all information required for a transcript, it is not always possible. Student Registry will contact you in this instance.
It lists the titles and marks of the modules you studied in each academic year. It gives your period of registration as a student, your degree date and classification (at successful completion). You may need your transcript for employment, further education or migration purposes.
It gives your period of registration as a student, your degree date and qualification. On successful completion, it will include your Thesis Title and your Field of Study. You may need your transcript for employment, further education or migration purposes.
Your A4 transcript will be folded and dispatched in an A5 envelope unless otherwise directed.
Do not order a transcript if you are current student applying for postgraduate study at Durham.
Foundation marks are not included on transcripts where students have progressed to a higher qualification. In this case, you would need to request this to be included using the Additional Information Box. This is a manual process and will take up to 10 working days to despatch.