University of Glasgow degree parchments are traditionally issued in Latin. An English translation is now included as standard at the bottom of every parchment, however if you received your parchment before the English translation was included, organisations and potential employers may request that you provide them with a copy of your parchment translated into English. You can obtain this by requesting a parchment translation.
Our parchment translations include a full English translation of the Latin text on your degree parchment. Please note that we do not produce or send legalised copies of degree parchments, for this you will need to consult a Notary Public or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Applications should be submitted on the UofG Helpdesk. Please note that documents will be produced within 15 working days.
Sending Documents to 3rd Parties
The University of Glasgow does not subscribe to external document repository services, including Gradintel and Digitary.
However, we can e-mail your documents directly to a 3rd party, including other Universities, employers or verification agencies at your request. If you would like us to do this, please provide the 3rd party e-mail address you would like us to send your documents to when you make your document application.
Note that documents e-mailed directly from the University of Glasgow will be sent from the following unmonitored e-mail address: email@example.com