An academic record is a list of your courses, units and results to date. It's also known as an academic transcript.
If you've studied more than one course it can include all courses or just a specific course.
When you order a printed version of your official academic record you can also request a scanned PDF. The PDF is an unofficial copy of your record and includes 'copy' watermarked on the document. You can't request a scanned PDF on its own or a scanned Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS).
You can request a printed version of the following documents at a cost of:
If you have any sanctions on your student account we cannot issue you your official documents.
You can collect your academic record in person for free (remember to bring photo identification), or pay a $20 express processing charge for urgent pick-up requests (post-1986 academic records only). See express processing timelines below.
Standard postage in Australia is free, but you'll need to pay additional delivery charges of:
Standard requests for a printed version take up to five working days.
If you require urgent processing for a printed version, an express service is available at an extra charge for most post-1986 records. Express records can be collected from HiQ on campus or can be sent by mail, express post (Australia) or overseas courier.
If you lodge your request:
For some post-1986 records from predecessor institutions, express processing may not be available. If this is the case, we'll contact you.
The express service isn't available when you submit the third party authorisation form.
Requests for an archived academic record (for some former institutions) may take up to four weeks to complete. We'll email you to let you know how long it will take.
We can only issue official documents to you, not a third party.
If you've ordered a printed academic record but can't collect it in person, you can authorise someone else to pick it up for you. We call this 'third-party authorisation'.
You need to submit a written authorisation at least three hours before collection either through your QUT email, a third party authorisation form (no express option), or power of attorney.
We're unable to accept authorisation by phone or from a non-QUT email address.
The person collecting your document will need to show either:
If you want your academic record for a short course that you've completed, including the Maths B, Chemistry and Physics bridging courses, email Continuing Professional Education via firstname.lastname@example.org.