Submit the appendices to your application to the faculty office
If you have appendices to attach to your application, submit these to the faculty office via e-mail or hard copy. If your Master's thesis is the final study attainment of your studies, i.e. you have completed all the other studies required for your Master's Degree, you may submit your Master's Degree certificate request to the faculty office already prior to the meeting of the Faculty Council. Your date of graduation will be either the date your application was received for processing, or the date the last study attainment completing your Master's degree studies was registered.
If you will be graduating at the end of the year or during the summer term, please contact the faculty office to inquire about their time frame for processing Master's Degree certificate applications during those periods.
You will receive your degree certificate by post within about two weeks of the date of submission of the degree certificate application, or, alternatively, you may pick it up in person from the faculty office.