Applicants must submit a transcript or list of grades for all studies at University level that contributed to the award of a degree. You should also submit copies of any professional qualifications that you are listing within your application. If these documents are not in English then you should provide a translation (your own translation is acceptable at this stage). We only require copies of your academic transcripts at this application stage. If you are extended an offer we will require an official paper transcript sent by post.
The Admissions Committee reserves the right to retract an offer of admission already made if there is any discrepancy between the transcript copy and the original. We do not require transcripts for courses that did not contribute to a degree. Please note that we will not be able to return original transcripts once received.
The Admissions Committee would prefer applicants to submit using the scan and upload option. Please scan at the lowest dpi that results in a legible document (we recommend 72 dpi whenever possible). You can upload the following types of files: Text documents (.txt), Microsoft Word documents (.doc), Rich text documents (.rtf) and Adobe Acrobat documents (.pdf). Maximum file size is 5Mb. For Macintosh users, please note that the filename must include the appropriate 3 letter extension. Also, please do not attempt to upload a document that is password-protected or that contains macros. This will cause the process to fail.
We recommend saving the scanned object as a .pdf file, or converting your image to .pdf, if possible. If you cannot save as a .pdf or convert to .pdf from your software, please save the file as a .jpg file. Only scan the important parts of your document. Do not scan pictures, graphics and unnecessary text. Make sure scanned documents are clearly legible and will print on letter-size paper. Non-legible documents will not be accepted. Upload your file using the Upload transcripts button on your application form.