The AHEGS is received as an addition to other graduation documentation, such as testamurs and academic transcripts.
Please note that AHEGS' are only available to graduates who were conferred in their award from December 2011 onwards.
What is an AHEGS?
An AHEGS is based on nationally agreed specifications approved by the Department of Education and Training.
The AHEGS provides a description of the graduate's award, the awarding institution, a list of academic achievements relevant to the award, and details of the Australian Higher Education System. An AHEGS is intended to provide potential employers and other institutions with a greater understanding of the achievements of the graduate.
You can find out more about the AHEGS on the Department of Education and Training website.
Will I get an AHEGS?
A complimentary digital AHEGS will be issued to all eligible University of Adelaide graduates after the conferral has been processed.
Graduating students prior to Semester 1 2017 conferral received a hardcopy AHEGS with their testamur (formerly known as a parchment).
A printed hardcopy of your AHEGS can be purchased for $30. Your AHEGS only represents subjects enrolled under the program that has been conferred. If you have transferred between programs the only courses that will appear on your AHEGS are the ones undertaken in the conferred program. Please note that you receive one AHEGS per program, please specify which AHEGS you require.
Please note, refunds will not be issued for change of mind.