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Student Status Letter

Whilst studying, there may be times that you require evidence that you are a student. Therefore, you may wish to obtain a Student Status Letter from the university. Uses for the Student Status Letter include opening a bank account, council tax exemption and proof of studentship

All fully enrolled undergraduate, taught postgraduate, associate and pre-sessional students will be issued with a digitally signed electronic document via a service supplied by Gradintelligence once they have activated their account. For information on how to activate your Gradintelligence account and access this letter, please click here.

NEW STUDENTS ENROLLING IN SEPTEMBER 2019! You will recieve an account activation email from Gradintelligence shortly after becoming fully enrolled* and will be able to access the Student Status Letter once the activation steps have been completed. If you are a new student and are temporarily enrolled, you will not have access. Information of how to activate your account can be found here.

*Please note that PhD/Research students do not currently have access to Gradintelligence, however new students will be registered with an account from 16 September 2019, regardless if they have completed enrolment earlier than this date. Continuing students will also be registered with an account from 16 September 2019. If you are a continuing student and require a letter sooner than this, please contact the Research Degrees Office.

The Student Status Letter is the official letter that the university provides. It has the QMUL header and footer and has been digitally signed by the Academic Registrar. It is verified and secure when shared with a third-party through Gradintelligence or it can be downloaded and printed out.

It shows the following information:

  • Name of Student
  • Date of Birth
  • Intended Award
  • Programme of Study
  • Mode of Study
  • Date of Entry to Programme
  • Expected Date of Completion
  • Awarding Body
  • Term-time Address
  • Home Address

If you have any questions about the Student Status Letter, please see our Frequently Asked Questions to see if your query has already been answered.

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