Once you have successfully defended your thesis, the Ph.D. program Academic Affairs Office can issue a letter attesting that you have met the program requirements. You can request such an attestation by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
One month after your final submission, the Registrar’s Office can issue an official attestation of studies. You can request it in person, at the Registrar’s Office information counter (Decelles Building, suite 2.260) or on-line.
Expect to wait approximately five months between the final submission of your thesis and the time your diploma is issued. In the meantime, you can request a declaration stating that you have graduated by completing the Request for Official Documents form. This information will also appear on your academic transcript.
Students’ diplomas will be mailed to the address listed on HEC en ligne.
Lastly, the graduation for all Université de Montréal doctoral students is held once a year. You will receive an official invitation by email or regular mail.
Obtaining a duplicate of a diploma
Please note that only the person whose name appears on the diploma may request a duplicate. To obtain one, that person must fill out the appropriate form and do the following:
Commissioner of oaths
To locate a commissioner of oaths, contact:
Abroad, you can ask for a signature authentication or an authentication of documents.
For further information, call us at 514-340-6151 or write to us.