What official result documents are students given?

Roisin Doherty
Roisin Doherty
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There are three types of official documents given to students:


Certificate - This is given to students on graduating their course. The certificate is awarded at the Graduation ceremony 


Diploma Supplement - This document is given to students on graduating a course worth more than 60 credits. It contains information on the programme a student has completed and a list of their modules and results received. More information on the Diploma Supplement and the request for a re-issued one can be found here


Transcript - This document is available for each year of study and contains a list of modules and results achieved by them. Current students can download their results from MyResults. Graduating students will be issued a final transcript once they have completed their course and will be contacted by email with instructions to access it. For past students looking to obtain a copy of their past transcripts, please find the information and request form here


Please note for past student transcript requests:

  • For results from 2010 onwards, please allow 3-5 business days for processing
  • For results prior to 2010, please allow up to 10 working days for processing

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