If your offer letter asks you to provide evidence of obtaining your qualifications, you must send this evidence to us in an acceptable form. Details of the different ways you can do this can be found on the verification webpage.
Please note that we cannot accept scanned copies of academic documents sent by email from an applicant.
If the condition of your offer asks for evidence of a particular final grade (e.g. GPA 3.5, 80 overall or 2.1 classification), we require a document which confirms this overall grade, or an equivalent plus a conversion table provided by your awarding institution, e.g. “GPA 3.5-3.8 = 80-85%”
If you have applied through one of our international agents and verified documents to meet the conditions of your offer have been uploaded to your applicant portal, you do not need to provide these documents again.
If your offer letter asks for a document which you must request from your awarding institution, please ensure that you request this as early as possible to avoid delays, as some institution offices may close over the summer.
Postgraduate applicants can upload a scanned copy of their passport personal details page to the applicant portal; you do not need to submit your passport or a verified copy to Admissions.
Guidance on how to upload additional documents to your applicant portal can be found here.
For undergraduate applicants, please send a scanned copy to email@example.com
If your offer letter asks for additional references, you can provide these in the following ways:
1) If you have a copy of your reference which is on letter-headed paper from your institution and is signed by your referee, you can upload a scanned copy to your applicant portal *postgraduate students only*
2) If you would like your referee to email your reference directly to us, please ask them to send it from their institution email account to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note; all non-English Language documents must be accompanied by an official certified translation.
We cannot accept documents translated by the applicant or your international agency (unless they are also certified translators).