Submitting final results
As soon as you have completed your previous academic studies and received your results, you should accept your offer via the Application Portal (if you have not already done so). You should also send us the following documents:
- Transcript of your degree studies, showing the individual modules/subjects and grades/marks. This should be on official headed paper and stamped or certified by your university.
- Final degree certificate to show the title of your degree and class/mark awarded. This should be on official headed paper and stamped or certified by your university.
- Copy of your English language qualification if you have been asked to provide one.
- If any of these documents are not in English, you should provide them both in the original language as well as translated into English. The translation must be done by an official translator and certified.
If you applied through the online application portal, all documents can be submitted to the University through this portal. There is no need to email them separately. You can upload your documents by returning to your application in the Application Portal, and clicking on 'View/Upload Documents'. Please note that supporting documents can be uploaded at any time during the year.
What is ‘Certified’?
All documents submitted must be certified so the University can be sure they are genuine. A certified document must be on official university headed paper, and have at least one of the following:
- A clear ink or impression stamp from the university that awarded the qualification.
- An address stamp of the university that is signed and dated by an official of the university.
- A stamp and signature of one of the University’s registered overseas Agents to confirm that they have seen the original document first hand.
If more than one page is submitted (for example, a degree certificate and one or more pages of transcript), all separate pages submitted must be certified in the same way.
Loughborough University may refuse to accept a document as being genuine if it is not satisfied that it is certified correctly, and may ask you to provide another copy. The University will not accept screen shots, on-line downloads or anything that is not on university headed paper as evidence of qualifications.