The letter of completion is a letter from the College that may be needed by an external organisation to confirm that a student has completed the requirements of their award and is eligible to graduate or has graduated.
A letter of completion is usually used to provide evidence
- to another educational institution that admission requirements have been met
- to an employer that the student has completed an award
therefore, letters will only be prepared for students upon application.
An application for a letter of completion needs to be assessed and confirmation and approval must be given by the discipline before any letter is prepared for a student. The following is an indication of the time frames involved:
- Approximately 10 working days if the application is received after the Board of Examiners date that pertains to the student’s final results
- Approximately 5 working days if the application is received after the student has graduated.
The applicant may choose to collect the letter from one of the College’s campuses or receive the letter by mail.