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What are certified documents and how do I obtain them?

Modified on Tue, 18 Oct 2022 at 05:01 PM

A certified copy is a copy in colour containing a new original signature and stamp to ensure the document is genuine.

Upon receiving a positive admission decision from the Examination Board, you will receive an e-mail with a link to the Certified Documents Portal requesting you to upload your certified documents: a certified copy of your diploma or graduation statement and full transcript if these certified documents were not already present in your application.  

How to make a certified copy:

  1. The university official/notary/translator makes a photocopy in colour of the original diploma and transcript.
  2. The university official/notary/translator verify that the photocopy is true and an unaltered copy from the original document by signing and stamping the photocopy in coloured ink (not black or grey).  
  3. The photocopy now contains a new and original coloured signature and stamp in additional to possible photocopied signatures and stamps that were present on the original document.
  4. Scan the certified copies and submit them in the Certified Documents Portal

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