De Montfort University Degree Certificate

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De Montfort University Degree Certificate

Certificates are usually presented during the university’s graduation ceremony. Graduates who do not attend will have their certificate posted to them by recorded delivery within eight weeks of the ceremonies.  Intermediate certificates awarded during the year are posted out at regular intervals.

If you do not receive your certificate please contact the graduation team on Email: stating your name, pnumber (if known), date of birth, year of completion and course, or by telephone +44 (0)116) 2577307

Graduates who still have an outstanding debt with the university will not receive their certificate until such time as their debt has been cleared.

Replacement certificates (post-1992)

A duplicate certificate will be issued only at the discretion of the university if the original has been lost or defaced or destroyed. Each request will be dealt with on an individual basis.

Replacement certificates cost £35 and can be ordered from the DMU store.

Once your order has been received, a declaration form will be sent to you for your signature. This must be witnessed by a solicitor before you return it to us. A replacement certificate will then be produced and sent to you by recorded delivery. You should note that duplicate certificate can take up to eight weeks to be issued depending on the time of year. If for any reason we are not able to produce a certificate, the fee will be refunded.

PLEASE NOTE:  Cancellation of a replacement certificate order once placed will incur a £10 cancellation and administration fee. Replacement certificates can be ordered  ONLINE here

Replacement certificates (pre-1992)

As this university did not have a license to produce its own certificates prior to 1992, awards gained before this year were produced by the Council of National Academic Awards (CNAA).

The Open University now offers a pro-forma verification document, styled in a similar format to an award certificate, but indicating that this is an extract from the CNAA records.