The name and address of each recipient/institution to whom the transcript(s) should be posted;
The deadline by which your transcript(s) must be received by each recipient/institution.
Transcripts are normally prepared within 3-5 working days of receiving the request. There is no charge for the transcript, which can be sent issued as an email scan or by post.
Degree Certificates and Degree Confirmation letters
Degree Certificates are issued at the time of your graduation ceremony. If your degree certificate is lost, stolen or damaged, you can order a new one from the University at a charge of £40. Although we would recommend that you create an account on the eDocuments service to obtain a digital copy.
If you have passed your examinations and have not had your degree conferred at a degree ceremony, or if you have attended a ceremony but require proof of your award to present to a third party, you can have a degree confirmation letter. The letter will confirm that you have successfully completed your course at the University of Oxford, the dates of attendance and the classification you received. If you have not yet completed your course a letter cannot be issued.
The University’s eDocuments Service enables you to share the dDCL with others such as future employers online. Once your letter is ready it will be hosted on the University’s eDocuments service and you will receive an email to let you know that it is ready. You can then choose to share these documents with third parties from within the e-document portal itself. Documents shared in this way are sent from the University of Oxford and therefore are considered official secure documents for application purposes.
The University's Degree Conferrals Office will respond to requests for information on educational attainments from employers or prospective employers or from other educational institutions, funding bodies or recognised voluntary organisations.