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Transcript

The standard transcripts issued by the University show details of the qualification awarded, the modules taken in each year of study, along with the marks/credits for each module shown, as appropriate.

The availability of transcripts is outlined below, but it should be noted that the University can only send official transcripts of marks, upon receipt of a student's specific request with signature and payment (if applicable), see below.

Please note that the we can only supply transcripts for completed students, interim transcripts should be requested from the College.

CURRENT STUDENTS

Undergraduates & Postgraduates

A transcript of marks is sent (free of charge) to all students leaving the University. If your home address has recently changed please inform the SID Desk, Forum, Stocker Road. Should further official copies of the transcript be required there is a charge of 12 pounds for each copy.

PAST STUDENTS

Undergraduates, Postgraduates and International Exchange, Study Abroad and Erasmus students

Transcripts of marks for past graduates are available at a charge of 12 pounds each. NB. In some instances our archived records for past graduates are not as extensive as present, this may affect the content of the information we are able to include in your transcript/award confirmation.

TRANSCRIPT REQUEST AND PAYMENT

Transcripts can be ordered and paid for via our online store.

**Students who studied with the College of St Mark and St John are advised to contact the College directly for transcript application details via: Registry, University College Plymouth St Mark & St John, Derriford Road, PLYMOUTH, PL6 8BH. Telephone: +44 (0)1752 636700.

Our contact details are as follows:

SID Desk University of Exeter Forum Exeter EX4 4SZ U.K.

Tel: 00 44 (0)1392 724724

Diploma Supplement

The Diploma Supplement (also known as a transcript) is a UNESCO-CEPES, Council of Europe and European Commission initiative aimed at:

  • transparency in higher education
  • accommodating rapid changes in qualifications
  • aiding mobility, access and lifelong learning
  • promoting fair and informed judgements about qualification

It is issued as a supplement to the Degree Certificate and provides a description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the studies pursued and successfully completed by the individual named on the certificate.

The University of Exeter Diploma Supplement is free from any value-judgements, equivalence statements or suggestions about recognition, and is issued in English free of charge to all students graduating from July 2005 onwards. It is issued as a Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) from 2016 for all taught students. Information about the HEAR.

Please click on the following links to view a Higher Education Description for England, Wales and Northern Ireland (from UK NARIC) and a diagram that compares qualifications across the UK, providing examples of major qualifications at each level.

INFORMATION ON THE NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

Table Comparing Qualifications in the UK

Information identifying the holder of the qualification

  • University reference number, surname, forename, date of birth, HESA reference number and date of entry to the University of Exeter.

Information identifying the qualification

  • Full qualification name, main field(s) of study, classification, date of award and language of instruction.

Information on the contents and results gained

  • Programme details including, for each year, the programme title and stage, the mode of study, the individual elements studied with their weightings and marks and details of any prizes and commendations awarded.
  • Programme requirements, grading schemes and access to further study.

Information on the level of the qualification

  • Qualification level, duration of programme and access requirements. Information on the national higher education system
  • Link to information about Higher Education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Further information

Information about the Diploma Supplement, Higher Education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and UK Bologna promoters.

European Network of Information Centres/ National Academic Recognition Information Centres (ENIC-NARIC)