Results Certificates


Certificates will be available in January 2024 for qualifications achieved in the previous academic year of 2022-23 (November to June). It is your responsibility to collect these. You must bring photo ID in order to collect your certificates.

Students who are still enrolled at college should visit the reception from January 2024 onwards and present their college I.D.Card in order to collect their certificates.

It is important that you keep your certificates in a safe place, as if you lose them or require duplicates, each Exam Board charges a fee, which is in excess of £40 per certificate.  Not all Exam Boards issue replacement certificates and may only provide a letter confirming your marks/grades or certifying statement of results. New College does not keep copies of your certificates.

Nominating Someone Else To Collect Your Certificates

You are required to sign to confirm that you have received your certificates and that they are correct. If you are unable to collect them, you can give authority for someone else to collect and check them on your behalf. This may be a letter addressed to the Exams Office or an email to  The letter/email should state your Student ID number, full name, date of birth, the subjects/levels achieved, contact number and the name of the person, and their relationship to you, who will collect them.  The person collecting them must show some form of Photo I.D. of themselves.

Posting Certificates

If you wish your certificates to be posted to you, you must create an account on the College Store via this link and then click on Browse categories, select Exams and then select Certificate Posting.  Make the purchase, ensuring you select the correct option.

Uncollected Certificates

We strongly advise all students to collect their certificates, as we are only required to keep certificates for twelve months from issue.  We can only guarantee that certificates will remain in college for twelve months from issue date.  Certificates would then have to be replaced/re-issued by a student’s direct application to the applicable Exam Boards.

Replacing Lost Certificates

If you lose an examination certificate and need to replace it, Exam Boards have information on how to do this on their websites. In some cases they will provide a certifying statement rather than a certificate, but in either case a fee is payable to provide the replacement.

OFQUAL (this site give information of exam boards and their amalgamation):

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