Receiving a certificate
If you attend graduation, your degree certificate will be presented to you at your ceremony.
If you do not attend graduation, your certificate will be posted to the address that you gave us when you completed the "Certificates and Graduation" link within the study tab of MyStudentRecord. Please note: if we do not have an up to date address, we will be unable to post your certificate.
For students due to graduate in July 2016: you will be invited to complete this information in early May 2016
If you are subsequently not available at that address to receive your certificate, we cannot issue another. You will need to wait until your postal service return the certificate to us; at which point we will arrange for it be be posted to your new address.
If your certificate is lost you may be asked to pay for a replacement.
|Course Type||Graduation Date||Certificate Issue Date|
Taught undergraduate campus-based
Taught postgraduate campus-based
Distance learning degrees
25 July 2016 - 12 August 2016
If you were expecting your certificate to be posted but you have not received it please contact Registry (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Certificates are only replaced where the original has been lost or destroyed. When applying for a certificate you must give the reason why you require a replacement.
Certified copies of certificates
Certified copies of your certificate can be used to apply for a job or university course where you do not want to send your original document.
If you want a certified copy of your degree certificate you need to:
- Bring your certificate to the Student Services Zone (view campus map) and state the number of certified copies required and the address you would like the copies posted to.
- Post/Email high quality photocopies of your original certificate to the Student Services Zone stating how many copies you require. Remember to include your student ID and the address you would like the copies to be posted to.
Student Services Zone
Fielding Johnson Building
University of Leicester
If you believe there is an error on your certificate please contact Registry (email@example.com).