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Official student documents

If you are a current student you have access to your enrolment and academic information through eStudent. To access these, head to the my studies tab in OASIS and click on the eStudent button. The Academic eRecord and Enrolment Advice available through eStudent will be suitable for most situations, including Centrelink requests.

If you require official notification of your results, enrolment, or course completion, the Student Service Centre can help. They can provide a number of official documents pertaining to your enrolment status and academic record at Curtin University, including your:

The official University record of a student's results printed on official University Transcript paper. 

A full complimentary Academic Transcript will be sent to all graduating students following the conferral of their degree by Council, which occurs in January and August each year. The conferral date and the award number will appear on the transcript from this date. Any transcript obtained prior to conferral will not contain this information.

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A letter which states the course you were enrolled in and that you have met all competencies of that course printed on University letterhead. This letter can be produced at any time after the final result publication date for the final study period in which you were enrolled.

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A letter which states the course you are/were enrolled in and the periods for which you are or were enrolled printed on University letterhead. The letter can include previous, current and future study periods, as long as you have an official enrolment during that time. The letter can be produced at any time.

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This is an official document provided to graduates outlining the details of the content and assessment of the course leading to the award. It contains detailed information about the course, the award, the institution and the Australian Higher Education system.

A complimentary Graduation Statement will be sent to all graduating students following the conferral of their degree by University council. Only students who have had their award conferred after 1 November 2010 are eligible for the Graduation Statement.

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This document is produced on official Curtin letterhead to aid in obtaining visas for relatives visiting Australia for the purpose of a holiday or attending a Curtin graduation ceremony. The letter can be produced for currently enrolled or recently completed courses and will specify the formal names and relationship to the student of specified relatives.

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This document is produced on official Curtin letterhead to aid in obtaining visas for international students wishing to remain in Australia, or return to Australia, in order to attend a Curtin graduation ceremony once they have completed their course.

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This letter outlines the cost of living in Australia for international students. The letter will specify the indicative tuition fees, overseas student health cover and expected living expenses (covering the cost of rent, food, stationery, books, car insurance, petrol, telephone and other miscellaneous expenses).

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This letter confirms the Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL) a student has been granted. It shows the total amount of credit points and the basis for which credit was granted. This letter is only available to students who have completed their course.

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For international student on student visas only; this is a document which represents your course of study, duration and associated tuition fees. It is issued to you by the University on behalf of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations for the purpose of acquiring a student visa or visa extension.

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For information on how to order these documents, please see the Ordering official student documents page.