Answered By: Verification Team
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2021 Views: 17

A verification letter is a formal confirmation of an award printed on university headed paper. A verification letter confirms: Full name, Date of Birth, ID number, Award Title, Classification (where applicable), award date, dates of study, mode of study (part-time, full-time, distance learning), partner institution information as necessary. We can also complete any third-party forms where confirmation of award and any of the above information is required.

Any additional information may need to be completed by another department in the university. If you are unsure, please email

Further information regarding verifications can be found on the Verification Letters, Forms and Third Party Requests web page

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