If you’re currently studying at a university, you’ll be required to submit a University Transcript as part of your application to Cambridge. Please note that your application won’t be considered unless a transcript is received.
- If your University Transcript is available to you at the time of application, you must upload it then, together with your High School Transcript as a single document via your COPA/SAQ.
- If your University Transcript isn’t available to you at the time of application, please contact your preference College (or the Cambridge Admissions Office in the case of open applications) to enquire about the possibility of submitting your University Transcript at a later stage. You shouldn’t delay submission of your High School Transcript on your COPA/SAQ.
If you’re required to submit both a High School Transcript and a University Transcript, your application won’t be considered unless both are received.
If the original transcript isn’t in English, you must have it translated and authorised (ie signed or stamped) by an official translation service or by your school/college/university.
If you’re required to upload both a High School Transcript and a University Transcript, you will need to combine them to create a single PDF.
See our PDF Creation Guide for instructions on creating your transcript PDF.