What is a testamur?
A testamur is a legal document that satisfies Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) requirements. The testamur includes your name, the qualification completed, the date of conferral and the University seal.
You will be issued a digital testamur when you graduate, automatically and free of charge. This can be used as proof of graduation for employers and other opportunities.
You can order a hard copy, which is suitable for framing, to showcase your achievement. Please note you are entitled to possess only one hard copy testamur for each conferred award.
Higher education and foundation studies graduates.
Vocational education students please see the VE Qualification Statement.
Name on your testamur
The name on your testamur must appear exactly as it is on your RMIT student record. You can change the order of your names when you apply to graduate.
Date on your testamur
The date on your testamur is your graduation date, when your award was officially conferred either in absentia or at a graduation ceremony.
The conferral date is not the same as the date you completed your program.