Secondary school Transcripts & Related Documents
When applying for admission to The University of Texas at Austin, you must submit documentation showing that you have completed an accredited secondary school series equivalent to that of a United States high school.
- You are required to upload an official record or transcript that shows all your secondary school work (starting with grade 9)
- You should also include copies of your official final examinations taken at the end of the secondary school program, including external exams such as the G.C.E. “O” and “A” Level Examinations, school leaving certificates, and matriculation exams.
Details about Transcripts and Related Documents
After you have submitted your application and satisfied the application fee, you will receive an email that contains your UT EID and password, which you will be able to use to log in to MyStatus. Through MyStatus, you will upload copies of your official secondary/high school transcripts, marksheets, and external examinations. Detailed instructions about uploading your PDF transcripts will be available through MyStatus.
The University of Texas at Austin does not accept emailed transcripts or paper transcripts mailed or faxed to the university.
Years of Study
The transcript you submit must include coursework and grades for all of your years of study during high school, beginning with grade 9 and continuing through at least the end of the 11th grade. Partial transcripts do not fulfill this requirement.
Each transcript (mark sheet) should contain a complete record of studies at the institution from which it is issued (i.e., the subjects taken and grades or marks earned in each subject).
If the documents you are submitting are written in a language other than English, you must also submit complete and official English translations together with the original language records.