You will receive your degree certificate automatically following graduation whether you graduate in person or in absence.
If you graduate in person your degree certificate will be presented to you by the Principal at the College celebrations before the ceremony itself.
If you choose to graduate in absentia, your degree certificate will be sent out to your requested address the week following the ceremony.
Degree certificates are sent out by regular first class post. You should allow eleven working days for your degree certificate to arrive - especially if you are receiving your degree certificate abroad.
If you would prefer your degree certificate to be sent by courier service, you will need to arrange and pay for this yourself and notify the College Office.
You will not be able to obtain your degree certificate until you have had your degree conferred at a graduation ceremony. However you can request a Degree Confirmation letter free of charge by contacting the University Degree Conferrals office.
It is not permitted to order additional copies of your degree certificate. If your degree certificate is lost, stolen or damaged, you can order a replacement certificate at a cost of £30. If you graduated before February 2010 and have not received your free degree certificate then please see the University website and download the postal order form.