Transcripts and letters
Transcripts and letters
Research degree (DPhil) students
If you have completed your degree, you may order a degree confirmation letter from the University. Details are available at: Degree certificates and letters.
If you are yet to complete your research degree, contact the College for proof of study.
Taught course (Master's) students who commenced their studies in or after Michaelmas Term 2007
Centrally-produced University transcripts are now available for all students on taught courses who commenced their studies in or after Michaelmas Term 2007 and have completed their courses. The first copy of the transcript will automatically be sent to the home address provided in Student Self Service within the Current Students section of the University's website. Additional copies may be ordered directly from the University here: Transcripts.
On-course transcripts are now available to students on taught courses who have not yet completed their degrees. Details are available at: Transcripts.
Taught course (Master's) students who commenced their studies prior to Michaelmas Term 2007
Students who commenced their degrees prior to Michaelmas 2007 can obtain official copies of their academic transcript from the College.
Please email the Registry Office, including the following information:
- Your full name and degree/course of study;
- The total number of transcripts requested;
- 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 £30.
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 request a Degree Confirmation letter free of charge. This statement is on official University letter-headed paper. The letter will confirm that you have successfully completed your course at Oxford, the dates of attendance and the classification you received
Please see the University's Certificates and letters webpage for details of how to order these documents.
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.
Please see the University's Verifying qualifications webpage for details.