■ About the request and issuance of certificates for graduates of the Schools and Colleges of the University of Tsukuba, the Tokyo University of Education, and the Tokyo Higher Normal School
|Types of Document
|Number of days required for issuance|
|Graduates of the University of Tsukuba||Graduates of Tokyo University of Education / Tokyo Higher Normal School|
|Certificate of Completion||Japanese||Immediately||Immediately||10 business days|
|Certificate of Academic Record||Japanese||-||2-3 business days||10 business days|
|English||Immediately||5 business days|
|Certificate of Academic Record and Completion||Japanese only||Immediately||-||-|
|Certificate of Academic Record and Enrollment||Japanese only||Immediately||-||-|
|Certificate of Enrollment||Japanese||Immediately||Immediately||10 business days|
|(#)Certificate of credits
for teacher's license
|Japanese only||15 business days||15 business days||15 business days|
|Certificate of credits for social
|Japanese only||10 business days||10 business days||10 business days|
|Certificate of credits for curators||Japanese only||10 business days||10 business days||10 business days|
|Certificate of credits for librarians||Japanese only||10 business days||* The certificate is issued for students who enrolled in the University of Tsukuba for the 2003 academic year and later.
For graduates of the University of Library and Information Science: Please contact the Academic Service Office for the Library, Information and Media Studies Area.
You can request and receive certificates at the Administration Center or by mail. Certificates are issued free of charge. However, if you wish to receive the certificates by mail, you are asked to bear the postage charge incurred.
※ Please be informed that applications by telephone, fax, and email will not be accepted.
1. Request and Issuance of Certificates
Place: Window Number ② (Certificates for Graduates from Undergraduate Program), Admission Center, 2F, Administration Center (Honbu To), University of Tsukuba
Office Hours: 9:15-12:15, 13:15-17:00 on weekdays
※ Please note that the Issuance of Certificates are out of service on Saturdays, Sundays, National holidays, Year-end and New-year holidays (12/28-1/4), GW holidays, and during the Summer Recess.
Address: 1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8577 Japan Office: Issuance of Certificates (Shomeisho Tanto), Division of Educational Promotion, Department of Educational Promotion, University of Tsukuba
Application forms are available at the inquiry window. Please bring an identification card (like a driver’s license card) with you, for ID purpose.
2. Request of Certificates by Postal Mail
If you wish to receive a certificate by postal mail, please fill out the corresponding form below and send it by postal mail to the inquiry address stated above (1). The form is downloadable from the link below.
► Request for Issuance of Certificates (Form for Undergraduate) (PDF 253KB)
► Requisition form (Tokyo University of Education) (PDF 123KB)
* Click here, if you can't view the above files.
3. Receiving Certificates by Postal Mail
If you wish to receive the certificates by mail, you are asked to bear the postage charge incurred. Be sure to enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope. Please calculate the postage cost by yourself, referring to the website of the Japan Post.
- A certification form weighs about 5g.
- A sealed envelope weighs about 5g. (Certificates will not be sealed unless it is specified in above.)
- Please make sure to put enough postage stamps on an envelope.
The following information is for your reference.
A graduate diploma: 1 sheet of paper
A Japanese transcript: 1-2 sheets of paper
An English transcript: 1-3 sheets of paper
In case the amount of stamps were not enough, the addressee will be charged for the unpaid postage fee (Fusoku Ryokin Uketorinin Barai).
To request and receive certificates from overseas, please enclose one of the following items in your letter:
- A self-addressed envelope with Japanese stamps
- A self-addressed envelope with an international reply coupon (IRC)
- A self-addressed envelope paid using Cash on Delivery (COD) through FedEx or other delivery services.
The University takes no responsibility for any loss or damage that occurred during the transport.
4. Receiving Certificates by Proxy
A letter of proxy is needed to let a proxy receive your certifications or to send an envelope addressed to the proxy. The letter of proxy must be written in the applicant’s original handwriting with his or her signature and seal. (You can use free format.)
When the proxy comes to receive a certificate at the Inquiry window (number 5), his or her identification card (like a driver’s license card) is needed for ID purpose.
Issuance of Certificates (Shomeisho Tanto), Division of Educational Promotion, Department of Educational Promotion, University of Tsukuba
Place: 2F of the Administration Center
Office hours: 9:15-12:15, 13:15-17:00 on weekdays
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1-1-1 Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8577 Japan