During and after your studies you may be required to obtain official documents from the University of Nottingham.
Please click on the relevant heading below for further information and to request a document.
If you require a Council Tax Exemption Certificate, please see the 'I need a letter so I don't have to pay Council Tax' section below.
If you require letter to travel abroad or for visa purposes, please see the 'I want to travel overseas and I need to get a visa' section below for more information.
If you require a Study Abroad or ERASMUS letter, it can be ordered via the Online Store using this link.
If you need a letter for any other purposes, you can order a Confirmation of Student Status letter.
To get a letter to open a student bank account, you first need to be fully registered with the University. Please make sure your home and term time addresses are up-to-date on the Portal as banks will not accept letters with incomplete addresses.
If you want to open a bank account with Santander then all you need to do is take your student ID card to the on campus branch.
Please follow this link to order your bank letter.
If your graduation ceremony has not yet taken place, you need a confirmation of student status letter.
Please follow the below links to order your letter via the Online Store depending on the year of your graduation:
Please answer the questions below to find out what you need to do next.
If you're not a full time student, you are not eligible for a Council Tax exemption, please contact your local authority for more information.
If you are a full time student, you may be eligible for an exemption, please move on to question 2.
If the letter is for someone else to claim a Council Tax discount or exemption (for example, a parent), you will need to order a Confirmation of Student Status letter, which can be requested here.
If the letter is for you, you may be eligible, please move on to question 3.
If you do, you are automatically exempted from paying Council Tax and no further action is required.
If you do not live in Halls of Residence, but you do live within one of the seven Local Authority areas listed below, you do not need a letter, as the University will notify them on your behalf.
If you do not live in University Halls of Residence, and you live outside of the Local Authority areas listed below, you may still be eligible to receive a Council Tax exemption, please answer question 4 below.
If you have not yet entered your thesis pending period, please click here to order a council tax exemption letter.
If you are in your thesis pending period, in order to be eligible for a Council Tax exemption you must first be registered. If you don't register at the point of entering thesis pending you cannot retrospectively claim a Council Tax exemption.
Once you have submitted your thesis for examination you are no longer eligible for a Council Tax exemption.
You are likely to be eligible for a Council Tax exemption, please order your letter here and one of our trained advisors will check and produce the document for you.
When you graduate from the University of Nottingham you receive a degree certificate and a diploma supplement. If you wish to purchase additional copies of these documents, please use the following links.
Did you know that you can print a transcript of your marks from Blue Castle for free? If you need something more official then you can order a provisional transcript. These transcripts cost £3 each.
These transcripts cost £10 each and we aim to have them produced within 5 working days.
These transcripts cost £20 each and we aim to have them produced within 20 working days.
If you graduated in 1987 or earlier we will not be able to produce a full transcript for you but you can request a letter to confirm you studied here. These letters cost £5 and we aim to have them produced within 5 working days.
You may at some point require a receipt for a tuition fee payment which you made to the University.
This receipt will confirm details of your payment and will include your course title and academic year. Please note that it can take up to 5 working days to produce and you can receive it by email, post or collection from one of our Student Services Centres.
To order your receipt, please use request order form below:
Checking degree information for current and graduate students:
If you wish to verify degree information about one of our students please do so through Higher Education Degree Datacheck (HEDD).
Further information regarding HEDD and data collection is available here.
If your request is regarding a current student please be aware we require consent from the student to provide information to third parties.
If you have any questions or experience any problems with this process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Embassies are entitled to free credits for verifying student information through HEDD. Please email email@example.com in order to obtain your free credit before using the system.
Depending on where in the world you wish to travel there may be different visa letter requirements.
If you are travelling to one of the named countries below we are already aware of the embassy requirements so please click on the country name to order your letter.
Rest of the world
It is likely that other embassies will have specific requirement. Please make sure check what these are before ordering your letter.
Once you have confirmed the embassy requirements, please order your letter. You can type in any specific details in the comments box on the order form and our team of specialists will include that information when they produce your letter.
Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies Certificate
While you are a student here and if you have a tier 4 visa, you may need to request a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies Certificate). To follow this link to request a CAS.
For further immigration and visa information please visit the Student Services webpages.
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