University of London Degree and Final Diploma
About Degree and Final Diploma
The Final Diploma:
- Indicates that you were registered with the University of London and awarded a University of London degree.
- Gives the name of the LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science as the member institution that developed the syllabus and provided assessment.
- Features the University of London crest and the Vice-Chancellor’s signature.
The Diploma Supplement:
- Describes the nature, level and content of the programme that you have successfully completed.
- Includes the transcript of courses taken, marks achieved and overall classification.
- States the role of the London School of Economics and Political Science and the method of study.
Undergraduate degrees of the University of London are awarded with Honours. Your final award certificate will include the classification of degree you have earned, based on the marks you are awarded for all completed assessments.
The standard classification system for undergraduate degrees with Honours is:
● Upper Second Class
● Lower Second Class
● Third Class
A Pass Degree or Ordinary Degree is a degree without Honours. Specific rules for the classification of awards are given in the Programme Regulations, under Scheme of Award.