Certificates and transcripts
Find out more about when you will get your certificate, what to do if you have lost your certificate and how to get a transcript. Postgraduate research students can also find out what they need to do to get their certificate.
When you will get your certificate
Attending a ceremony
You will get your degree certificate at the ceremony you attend. If you have deferred your graduation and so you do not have your certificate, you can get an award verification letter.
If you live in China you may be able to pick up your certificate from a China Graduation celebration event.
Not attending a ceremony
If you 'graduate in absentia' you will receive your degree certificate in the post. You will need to make sure we have your correct address on our records.
You can also collect it in person from the Examinations Office on Friday 21 or Monday 24 February. You will need to email email@example.com to let them know you are coming to collect your certificate.
You can also nominate someone to collect the certificate for you. You will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org giving the name of your nominated person. ID will be required to pick up the certificate.
Postgraduate Research students
You will receive your certificate at your ceremony as long as:
- the exam board has received written confirmation that you have made any corrections
- you have submitted the definitive library copy of your thesis.
If this is not done in time for the ceremony, your certificate will be posted to your registered address, once these actions have been completed.
Waiting for your certificate
The Education Process Improvement and Records Team provides verification of awards.
If you need proof of your degree while you are waiting to receive your certificate, you can get an award verification letter.
If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
If you have lost or damaged your certificate, you can purchase a replacement certificate.
Transcripts are provided by your faculty office - find out how to get a transcript.