How to order transcripts
The Examinations and Awards Office is responsible for the production of official College transcripts for students who have completed their degree (or withdrawn from the College after at least one year of study). Current students can request a record of agreed results from The Compass.
Before placing your order please check that we can produce your transcript. See the information below for specific transcripts that we do not/cannot produce.
Once you have checked that we can produce your transcript, you can apply online.
Transcripts that we do not/cannot produce
Medical and Dental transcripts
The Examinations and Awards Office only produces Postgraduate Nursing Transcripts (e.g Master's or Postgraduate Diplomas).
To request an Undergraduate or Post Registration Nursing or Midwifery transcript/profile please contact the School of Nursing
Graduates/former students who studied an undergraduate programme (including the MBBS or BDS) within the School of Medicine or the Dental Institute,should download the notes and application form below, and send their application to the Academic Centre for Medicine and Dentistry at the Guy's campus.
(Please do not use the online transcript application form as this is for transcripts that can only be produced by the Examinations Office.) If you have any queries please contact Mrs Michelle Cross-Glasgow on 020 7848 6702 or email: email@example.com.
Application form for Medical and Dental undergraduate transcripts (docx, 23KB)
Bachelor of Music Transcripts (BMus)
To obtain transcripts for a PGCE course please apply online via estore
If you have any queries please email or phone Katie Towers 020 7848 3160
Students who studied on the Bachelor of Music Degree (BMus) before 1996 may not be able to obtain a copy of their official academic transcript. This is because some of the records are incomplete.
Bachelor of Pharmacy transcripts (BPharm)
In cases where the transcripts are unavailable, students can obtain a confirmation of Study letter as an alternative.
Bachelor of Pharmacy degree transcripts will take longer than the current estimated production time as we need to contact the Pharmacy Department to retrieve the marks.
BSc Physiotherapy Transcripts
BPharm transcripts will currently take at least 30 working days to be processed.
The transcript does not include details of clinical hours. If you require clinical hours you will need to contact the Physiotherapy department.
LLB and LLM transcripts
Postgraduate Masters and Research graduates
Transcripts for the LLB English and French Law do not include a breakdown of the marks obtained at the University of Paris.
To obtain transcripts of these results you will need to contact the University of Paris directly.
Students, who studied on the LLM Programme and graduated before 2000, should contact the University of London's Transcripts Office. Their number is 020 7862 8378. Alternatively you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who completed a masters degree before 1989 will not be able to obtain an academic transcript, as before this time, colleges and universities were not required to keep detailed records. Depending on the course studied, this can sometimes apply to Masters programmes dating up to 2000.
We are unable to produce transcripts for the following degrees as the results are not modular: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Doctor of Education (EdD), Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) and Doctor of Medicine (MD)Students
Students who graduated after 1986 should contact their School Office for a confirmation of study letter.
English Language Centre transcripts
Students who studied on a federal course at King's should contact the Transcripts Office at the University of London to obtain a copy of your academic transcript. You can contact them on 020 7862 8549, email email@example.com or by post:
University of London
32 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DN
Fax: +44 (0) 207 862 8300
Please give your full name at time of registration, date and award title and the level of your award, eg BA.
The following are the most common federal courses (please note dates refer to starting dates, not end dates):
BA History (until 2010)
BA Philosophy (until 2010)
MA Ancient History (until 2009)
MA Classical Art & Archaeology (until 2009)
MA Classics (until 2009)
MA History (until 2009)
MA International Peace & Security (until 2007)
MA Late Antique & Byzantine Studies (until 2009)
MA Philosophy (until 2009)
MA Philosophy of Psychology (until 2009)
MSc History and Philosophy of Science (until 2009)
MSc Clinical Biochemistry (until 2009)
MSc Health Psychology (until 2008)
MSc Clinical Dermatology (until 2004)
MSc Pharmacology (until 2006)
MSc Conservative Dentistry (until 2006)
MSc Dental Public Health (until 2004)
MSc Endodontics (until 2004)
MSc Experimental Oral Medicine (until 2002)
MSc Implant Dentistry (until 2004)
MSc Orthodontics (until 2002)
MSc Periodontology (until 2003)
MSc Prosthetic Dentistry (until 2003)
MSc Sedation and Special Care Dentistry (until 2003)
MClinDent Endodontology (until 2003)
MClinDent Paediatric Dentistry (until 2003)
MClinDent Periodontology (until 2003)
MClinDent Prosthodontics (until 2003)
MClinDent Surgical Dentistry (until 2003)
Many older programmes were federal however we do not have a comprehensive list of these.