Transcripts and statements

A transcript is a breakdown of your official academic record. Any marks that are still provisional will not appear on your official transcript. Marks are not officially awarded until the end of the academic year.

Your transcript details the modules that you studied during your programme, the number of credits associated with each module (for modular programmes of study), and the marks that you achieved. It also provides a record of whether you undertook a year in industry or period of study abroad.  

Current students should apply for a transcript in person at the Student Services Counter, level 9, Marjorie & Arnold Ziff Building (no. 77 on the campus map).

Visiting the Student Services Counter – QLess

Nobody likes to wait in a queue and to improve your experience of the Centre, the University is trialling QLess. QLess is a third party app that allows you to join a virtual queue, meaning you can do other things on campus while you wait to be seen at the Student Services Centre.

Please read the instructions on how to join the virtual queue using QLess before planning your visit to the Student Services Counter: http://students.leeds.ac.uk/info/100005/about/875/student_services_centre_counter

Former students, who have completed their studies or have permanently withdrawn from their programme, should order a former student transcript.

Statements

A statement is an official document that confirms your basic personal details, attendance dates, programme of study and, if applicable, the qualification, classification achieved and award date.  

Former students, who have completed their studies or have permanently withdrawn from their programme, should order a former student statement.  

Current students should apply for a registration status certificate in person at the Student Services Counter, level 9, Marjorie & Arnold Ziff Building (no. 77 on the campus map). 

Visiting the Student Services Counter – QLess

Nobody likes to wait in a queue and to improve your experience of the Centre, the University is trialling QLess. QLess is a third party app that allows you to join a virtual queue, meaning you can do other things on campus while you wait to be seen at the Student Services Centre.

Please read the instructions on how to join the virtual queue using QLess before planning your visit to the Student Services Counter: http://students.leeds.ac.uk/info/100005/about/875/student_services_centre_counter

You may need to collect a statement as a supporting document to verify your degree in your home country. Please check with your embassy or ministry of education if this is a requirement. 

Transcripts are not available for former Postgraduate students, such as master’s students, who graduated before July 1992 as marks are not held for these students.  

Academic verifications  

An Academic Verification (Certificate) is a document which confirms your basic programme and award details where applicable. Academic verifications are not sent to students but to third parties, such as employers and other institutions.  

Third party organisations should apply for an Academic Verificationusing our online store.  

Former students who require a document to verify their degree should order a former student statement.

Current students should request a registration status certificate in person at the Student Services Counter, level 9, Marjorie & Arnold Ziff Building (no. 77 on the campus map). 

Visiting the Student Services Counter – QLess

Nobody likes to wait in a queue and to improve your experience of the Centre, the University is trialling QLess. QLess is a third party app that allows you to join a virtual queue, meaning you can do other things on campus while you wait to be seen at the Student Services Centre.

Please read the instructions on how to join the virtual queue using QLess before planning your visit to the Student Services Counter: http://students.leeds.ac.uk/info/100005/about/875/student_services_centre_counter

For more information about the services available to you after you have graduated please see our Alumni page.

Please contact us if you have any further queries.