A certified document is a copy of an original document that has been verified to be a true copy, by an authorised witness after they have sighted the original document.
To get your documents certified, all you need is the original document, one copy of it and someone eligible to sign it for you. Your nominated professionals must sign the copy of your document, stating that it is an accurate representation of the original.
When applying to study a degree, you will need to provide:
When applying to study a diploma, you will need to provide:
If you just finished high school, you need to provide proof of completion of Year 12, including a document outlining your overall ATAR/ ENTER/ OP or equivalent score.
Here are some of the people who are eligible to certify your documentation within Australia:
A full list of professionals able to certify documents is available on the Swinburne website.
If you are studying with us outside of Australia, the following people are eligible to certify your documentation:
Swinburne Online requires you to meet the following criteria below when submitting certified documentation:
The certifying officer must: