Posted on June 7, 2019
Typically a notary will need to verify documents by sending an email to the educational institution and waiting for a positive confirmation. This can be time consuming and is complex to orchestrate. New services such as myequals.edu.au allow instant checking of qualifications issued since 1990 for many of Australia’s leading higher education bodies. A list of the Universities participating is here: https://www.myequals.edu.au/participants/
Many Universities run a page to verify a document, some of the universities are below
Griffith University https://www.griffith.edu.au/graduation/documents-and-verification
Murdoch University http://webapps2.murdoch.edu.au/gradregister/
Western Sydney https://avs.westernsydney.edu.au/
Melbourne University https://unimelb-web.t1cloud.com/T1SMDefault/WebApps/eStudent/Public/qualifications.aspx?r=%23UM.PUBLIC.WEB&f=%23UM.ESW.PUBLIC.WEB
Monash University https://graduate-search.monash.edu/
University of Sydney: Email email@example.com and provide
- student’s full name
- student’s date of birth
- student’s ID number (if known)
- a copy of the document to be verified (if applicable).
University of Western Australia https://www.student.uwa.edu.au/course/award-verification-service
For documents other than Testamurs there is a Non Public Information Request form at https://onlinestudentforms.unsw.edu.au/public/verification-of-qualification which has a charge associated with the request.
University of Adelaide For public information email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need a date of birth and the full name of the graduate.
If you need an academic transcript you will need a letter of consent from the client send with the verification request to email@example.com