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An officially verified document is a photocopy of an original document that has been signed and dated for authenticity by an authorised person. When you apply for admission you will be given the opportunity to upload electronic versions of your documents. You might also be required to provide verified hard copies of documents. We will contact you if this is the case.
You can bring your original documents to the Campus Information Services counter at any campus and we can verify and photocopy them for you. Below is a list of other authorised people that can verify your documents.
Please note: If your study was completed at universities who use My eQuals you can send a link to your verified digital documents via My eQuals. Please see how to request your certified digital transcript. When using My eQuals please enter email@example.com as the third party address and include your date of birth in the filename for matching purposes. Please note that we cannot accept a printed copy of the verified digital document that has not been authenticated.
When you apply for admission you will be given the opportunity to upload electronic versions of your verified documents. Alternatively you can post these to us at the addresses stated below.
Please note: Officially verified documents will not be returned to you. For your security, please do not send original identity documents as we cannot guarantee the secure return of these documents to you.
Private Bag 11 222
Palmerston North 4442
Palmerston North 4410
When you apply for admission to the University you will be able to upload documents that prove your identity and basis for admission. You might also be required to provide verified hard copies of documents. We will contact you if this is the case. You may also have to upload additional documents. For information about some of the documents you may have to upload see:
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Last updated on Thursday 20 February 2020