Confused about how I need to submit my results as an EU applicant

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I'm Dutch and firmed English at Bristol (undergraduate) The university asks for "a certified translation that has been signed or stamped by an official translation service or an education provider" on its results page but I'm not sure what to do. Should I hire a sworn translator to do a certified translation of the document and then legalise both that and the original by apostille in court (which is what I was thinking of) or should i get something like this (an extensive description) which is available in English too and would in that way function as a translation of sorts instead of hiring a translator? And by what date should I send my results to the university/should I do it by email or post/in what way? (I've already emailed them about this but it's sort of urgent and I'm very confused)
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I'm Dutch and firmed English at Bristol (undergraduate) The university asks for "a certified translation that has been signed or stamped by an official translation service or an education provider" on its results page but I'm not sure what to do. Should I hire a sworn translator to do a certified translation of the document and then legalise both that and the original by apostille in court (which is what I was thinking of) or should i get something like this (an extensive description) which is available in English too and would in that way function as a translation of sorts instead of hiring a translator? And by what date should I send my results to the university/should I do it by email or post/in what way? (I've already emailed them about this but it's sort of urgent and I'm very confused)
Thank you to everyone who takes the time to read and answer!
You should ask Bristol this directly.

Naric is the service most uk universities use (https://www.naric.org.uk/naric/individuals/ ) but that doesn't mean it's the best option.
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