The University of Melbourne now offers certain academic statements in digital format to download and share, at any time using a secure service provided by My eQuals.
Completing your course this semester? You will automatically receive access to a free digital academic transcript once all your results have been finalised and your course completion is recorded in my.unimelb.
Find out more about what statements you get for free below.
Graduates are now able to access the following digital statements (free of charge):
Currently enrolled students can purchase and access a digital copy of their academic transcript mid-course at any time via my.unimelb.
Visit the Academic statements page to see all available options.
What are the benefits of digital academic statements?
My eQuals allows you to access your certified documents 24/7 and view them in high definition exactly as they appear on paper. You can share an official copy online with interested parties, such as professional accreditation organisations and other educational institutions.
When sharing online, you can:
- control who can access your document(s) and for how long
- view who accessed your documents and when
- shut-off access to any document, at any time.
Application processes (both study and professional accreditation) are also increasingly moving into the digital realm. Using My eQuals, you will be able to provide a hyperlink (URL) with any electronic application rather than attaching scanned documents or sending originals.
Who can use My eQuals digital academic statements?
- Currently enrolled students*: you can purchase and access a digital copy of your academic transcript mid-course via my.unimelb.
- Students completing their course: as soon as your course completion is recorded in my.unimelb (and before you graduate) you will receive one free digital academic transcript.
- Graduating students: once you have graduated you will receive free digital certified copies of your testamur, AHEGS, and a second academic transcript (including your graduation date (conferral date)).
- Non-Award course students (Community Access Program, Cross-institutional Study, incoming Study Abroad or Exchange): once you have completed your course you will receive access to a free digital certified copy of your academic transcript.
Learn more about how to access and order academic statements.
*Currently enrolled or were enrolled in the last 12 months.
Are digital academic statements secure?
My eQuals utilises advanced cryptographic hardware and banking level security to produce, and certify digital documents compliant with Australian and international legal and privacy standards.
My eQuals uses advanced electronic signatures which are compliant with EU Digital Signatures Directive 1999/93/EC and national enacting legislation. My eQuals documents are both legally-valid and tamper-evident.
How to use My eQuals
How and when can I order/access digital documents?
Visit the Academic statements page to find what statements you can order, available formats (digital or hard copy), prices, and how to order.
Once you have ordered your document (or your completed course statements are ready):
- My eQuals will email you when your documents are available:
- within four hours after you request an academic transcript mid-course
- up to three business days after your course completion for final academic transcripts, or
- up to five business days after your graduation (conferral date) for academic transcripts, testamurs and AHEGS.
- You will receive a direct link to the document in the notification email. Simply click on the link provided and log into your account using either your University or personal email.
If you have accessed documents through My eQuals before, any document can be accessed easily via the ‘Documents’ screen in your My eQuals account.
- Once you have opened your document, you can share it with a third party such as an employer.
- My eQuals will email you when your documents are available:
Before you use My eQuals for the first time
Just received an email from My eQuals telling you that a document is ready for you for the first time?
Here’s what to do to make sure you can access digital copies of your academic statements long after you graduate.
- Once you’ve clicked on the link in the email, log in using your University of Melbourne account details and activate your account. My eQuals will then email your University account asking you to verify your account.
- Once you’ve verified your University account and logged back in, click on your name in the top right-hand side and select ‘Profile settings’.
- Click ‘+Link another email’ and add your preferred, most used personal email account. My eQuals will then email you to verify your personal account.
- Once you’ve done this, in your My eQuals home screen, select this email account as your ‘primary’ account. Your password will remain the same - you will now have two usernames that share the same password. You will now have ongoing access once your student account log in expires after 12 months of completing your studies.
How do I share access to my documents?
You can share a document from two locations in your account:
- Via the ‘Documents’ screen by clicking on ‘Share’ in the ‘Actions’ column, or
- By clicking on the ‘Share’ button once you have opened the document pdf
You will then be given three options on how to share your document with a third party:
- Generate a link and share it. This can be helpful when applying online using web forms – just insert the link in the text and you are effectively sharing your document.
- Send an email with the link to your document to the third party. The recipient of the email will then be able to access your document by clicking on the link.
- Send a document directly to another university using My eQuals (a list of registered universities can be found on My eQuals). Here you will need to provide the Reference Number provided to you by that institution so that they know the document is from you.
With the first two options, you can also add an access PIN and an expiry date for extra security if you wish. If you add a PIN, make sure you inform the recipient, otherwise they won’t be able to access it!
How do I know if a recipient has viewed my document?
If you have provided someone with a link, you can track if they have viewed the document by clicking on the ‘History’ tab in the document information screen.
- Where can I find further information on digital documents?