Please note that transcripts normally take 10 working days to produce, older transcripts may take longer.
The Examinations and Awards Office is responsible for the production of transcripts.
What is a transcript?
A transcript is a certified document that includes your full name, course, date of enrolment and final award date. It details the module marks for each academic year and confirms the final award classification. All transcripts are signed by the Director of Academic Services and has a serial number. For students who have not yet completed their degree, a Record of Agreed Results can be obtained from The Compass (see below).
If you have finished your final exams and you have received official confirmation that your award has been ratified by a School Board of Examiners, you are no longer a current student. Please refer to the instructions for former students.
If you are a current student, you can request a letter to show your marks/grades from The Compass, called a Record of Agreed Results. There is no charge for a Record of Agreed Results letter. For more information, click here.
If you have recently completed your programme of study, you will need to ensure that your final award has been confirmed before you apply for a transcript. If you apply for a transcript before your final award has been confirmed your transcript will be incomplete. Please note that the Examinations and Awards Office is unable to reproduce transcripts for incorrect orders.
For further information and to order a transcript click here.
Authentication of degree certificates and confirmation of study letters
The Compass offers authentication of degree certificates and issues confirmation of study letters. Current students can order a letter via Compass Online ( Link for compass online log in page is https://mykcl.kcl.ac.uk/urd/sits.urd/run/siw_lgn)
Former students, should contact The Compass by email: email@example.com