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Students are often required to confirm their status in order to access services or receive discounts. The Student Life Centre can produce or adapt a range of documents to provide the evidence you need for most activities. Standard letters can often be produced while you wait if you visit the centre in person.
You need to bring your ID card in order to collect a letter.
Students can nominate someone else to collect letters on their behalf, but you’ll need to do this via email or in writing before it can be picked up.
A brief letter confirming that you’re a student.
Letter confirming that you’re a student, your address and dates of attendance (for more information of council tax exemption, see below).
A letter for your bank providing confirmation of enrolment and address.
A letter confirming that you’re a student in good standing and a brief outline of clinical experience—intended for final year medical students applying for clinical electives.
We can also arrange to have non-standard letters written, but these can take up to 48 hours to arrange for you.
We are able to provide confirmation that you’re a student on a variety forms, ranging from Young Person’s Railcards to re-certification documents for students or recent alumni planning to move overseas. Even if we’re not able to complete it for you, we’ll be able to refer you on to the most appropriate member of staff.
Transcripts are a printed record of your formal examination results. Students require these for all kinds of reasons, ranging from reports to financial sponsors to applications for clinical attachments or placements. These can be requested in the same way as letters, but may take a few days to compose—plan ahead if you can.
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