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:
- The university official/notary/translator makes a photocopy in colour of the original diploma and transcript.
- 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).
- 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.
- Scan the certified copies and submit them in the Certified Documents Portal