After you have completed your programme of study with us, you will be given a transcript (a record of your studies with us).
If you are studying abroad at Queen Mary for a full academic year, you will receive your transcript at the end of your studies with us, from July. You will, however, have access to your provisional results after your first semester with us, but this will not be in a transcript format.
If you are studying abroad at Queen Mary for one semester only, you will receive your transcript at the end of your studies with us, from February.
Transcripts for students leaving in December are released in February. Transcripts for all other students are released in July.
Your transcript will list each module you have taken, each module listing will also display a percentage mark to one decimal place and a module grade, which will be reported in the standard Queen Mary A–F format. For detailed information on what certain acronyms on your transcript mean and details on the grading system please read Understanding your Academic transcript.
Queen Mary transcripts will be published to the student and transferred back their home institution/ providers simultaneously via Gradintelligence. You should check with your home institution to find out if they translate grades into their own system or record them as given by Queen Mary.
Hard copies of transcripts will not be available, however, if you need us to verify your transcript to a third party please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.