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What is written on the degree certificate?

When you enrol on your programme you register with the University of London for a University of London award. 

On graduation you are sent two documents - a final diploma (i.e. the parchment you receive following graduation) and a Diploma Supplement. The final diploma indicates that you were registered with the University of London and awarded a University of London degree, diploma or certificate.

It also gives the name of the Member Institution of the University of London, or a consortium with representation by more than one Member Institution, which conducted the examinations. 

The University of London logo and signature of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of London are incorporated. 

The Diploma Supplement describes the nature, level and content of the programme you successfully completed. It includes a transcript of courses or modules taken and marks achieved, as well as the overall classification. 

The Diploma Supplement confirms the mode of study and which Member Institution of the University of London or consortium provided the academic direction.

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