What is a transcript & what does it contain?

A transcript is an official document issued in digital form that includes the following:

  • Your full name
  • Course
  • Date of enrolment
  • Final award date (may be different from your course end date, which won’t appear)
  • Module marks for each academic year
  • Confirms the final award classification.
  • For MBBS and BDS students your transcript includes your overall stage/phase marks, including SSCs where applicable.
  • All transcripts are signed by the Director of Academic Services
  • A unique serial number



When can I get my transcript?



What format does my transcript come in?



I have completed a PhD, can I get a transcript?




Accessing your transcript



I’m a graduate



I’m a current student



I need my transcript from studying abroad



Courses for which transcripts are not available



Withdrawing from your course



Transcripts which are not produced at King’s


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