University Of Bristol Transcript
Transcripts and other documents
Christmas Closure: The Science Faculty Office will have a skeleton staff next week 19th – 23rd December and will be shut completely between 23rd December and 3rd January. The office will re-open on Wednesday 4th January 2017.
Document request form (MS Word, 54kB) for Bank Letters, Student status letters and Council tax exemption certificates.
You can apply and pay for your transcript via the Online Shop.
What are academic transcripts?
An academic transcript is an official document that shows:
- The units which have been taken in each year of study
- The assessment and reassessment (as appropriate) grades for each unit
- The total number of credits gained in each unit taken and in each year of study
- The degree awarded, degree classification and date of award (where applicable)
Transcripts can be provided in sealed envelopes with the University stamp to prove that the document is authentic.
We are unfortunately unable to provide electronic versions of transcripts as they are official documents.
If you are a graduate student and need a Verification of Award or would like to request a replacement Certificate, you should contact the University Examinations Office.
How much do transcripts cost?
Undergraduates are entitled to free copies of transcripts whilst they are enrolled at the University. Each student will receive one free copy, posted to their home address by the Faculty Office shortly after graduation. Please note that this policy only began after 2008, if you graduated prior to 2008 you will not be entitled to a free transcript. Thereafter charges will be applied as follows:
- Students who graduated after 2005 will be charged £10 for the first copy and £5 for each subsequent copy.
- Students who graduated before 2005 will be charged £20 for the first copy and £5 for each subsequent copy.
How long will the transcript take to produce?
Normally transcripts are prepared within 10 working days from the receipt of the application, except during busy periods (especially following graduation and the autumn term). It is therefore a good idea to order your transcripts as early as possible to ensure they are ready in time for any deadlines.