This service is for all current and past Kensington, Paddington and ADFA/RMC students.
Due to UNSW's location in the Randwick Local Government Area and NSW Health's stay-at-home orders that presently exist, we are currently unable to produce or mail physical copies of academic transcripts. If your request is urgent and required by a third party, we will email an electronic copy directly to an employer, recruitment agency or other institution.
Please be advised, you will be required complete an application form and provide photo identification.
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Standard service requests take approximately 5 working days to process. Please allow additional time during major assessment periods (May, September and December), or if you were enrolled in or before 1968 and have not recently requested a transcript.
If you have a debt with the university an academic transcript cannot be issued to you.
Delivery Times for Standard Australia Post can be up to:
- Australian Metropolitan Areas – 10 working days
- Australian Regional Areas – 15 working days
- Overseas Areas – 30 working days
These delivery times should be taken into consideration when choosing a delivery option and before contacting us about delays. These timelines do not include the processing time.
How to apply
Complete the online form here. You will require a credit card to make the purchase. Please ensure you only use English-language characters.
If you have additional request details, e.g. if an overseas institution requires your transcripts to be in separate signed, sealed envelopes, please note these instructions clearly in the comments section.
Proof of Identity
To enable the University to fulfill its obligations under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act (NSW) 1998, you must submit a copy of your driver's license, passport or birth certificate. Your request cannot be processed until you provide this. If you do not have a current driver's license or a passport, you will need to provide copies of the equivalent of 100 points of ID such as medicare card, bankcard, student identity card, electricity bill etc.
If you have changed your name since you studied at UNSW, you will also need to provide evidence of this by providing either a copy of your marriage certificate, official change of name certificate or a copy of other relevant documentation.
Current and past UNSW students, can contact email@example.com for further enquiries.