Exams

Results & Documents

Results, Documents and Verifications

How to view your exam results and where to find official documents

Exam Results

Exam Results

Your school office will tell you when your results will be available.

View your results and University transcript in the 'Documents' tab of S3P.

Contact your school office if you have failed any of your modules.

Documents (Current Students)

Degree Certificate and HEAR

At the end of your programme, you will receive an official degree parchment as proof of your award.

From 2018 Undergraduate* and Postgraduate Taught students can also access their Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) online. This contains all the information a Transcript of Study does, plus extra, such as academic awards received and extra-curricular activities pursued.

This document is digitally signed, verified and easily shared with third parties via Digitary Core. For more information please see here.

HEARs are only updated at the end of each stage, once the Board of Examiners have met. If you require confirmation of semester 1 marks then a Transcript of studies will be required.

*Except MBBS and BDS students, please see your School Office for verification documents.

Documents (Former Students)

Verifications

Third Party Verifications

We can provide verification (proof) of award to third parties including commercial organisations, agencies, government bodies and other higher education institutions.

Character References

Character reference requests should be directed to individual schools/personal tutors - these can't be produced by Student and Academic Services.

Legalisation of Documents

How to have documentation certified or legalised for use overseas:

Notarisation

If you need to have your degree certificate notarised you will need to contact a notary public or solicitor:

Solicitors in England and Wales
Notaries Public in England and Wales

Legalisation of documents and Apostille

If you are going to use British documents overseas, for business or personal reasons, you may be asked to have your documents legalised before they can be accepted. Legalisation is carried out by the Legalisation Office of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Newcastle University does not provide this service.

Please visit the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website for more information.