Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS)

The Australian Government introduced this statement to improve the worldwide recognition of Australian qualifications. Monash provides graduation statements to students who graduate after 1 December 2010. You will receive a free copy of your AHEGS after you graduate.

Contents of the graduation statement

Your graduation statement will describe:

  • Monash University as the awarding institution
  • the Australian higher education system
  • your award
  • your academic achievements.

Details can include:

  • graduation and course name
  • graduation status
  • conferral date
  • advanced standing
  • completed units with mark and grade (distinction, credit, pass, fail or withdrawal)
  • Grade Point Average (GPA) and Weighted Average Mark (WAM)
  • thesis abstract
  • awarded prizes or special achievements
  • awarded scholarships
  • additional course details or special requirements achieved within the course.

Double degree

If you are a double degree student and your degree leads to two eligible awards, you will receive two graduation statements, one for each award.

Additional copies

You can buy additional copies of your AHEGS. See miscellaneous fees or the form (below) for the current cost.

Payment optionContact method
Credit card Tel: 1800 MONASH (1800 666 274)
From outside Australia call: +61 3 9902 6011
Fax: +61 3 9903 1247
Using request additional AHEGS copies (pdf 67kb)
Cheque or money order Mail
Using request additional AHEGS copies (pdf 67kb)
Cash In person
At Monash Connect on your campus

Replacement

You can request a replacement if:

  • you find an error or missing information
  • you receive a prize after you graduate, for work done as part of your award.

To request a replacement contact Monash Connect

Common uses

You can use the graduation statement to:

  • provide potential employers and other institutions with a way to compare qualifications both nationally and internationally
  • enable a broad assessment of your achievements
  • promote international mobility and professional recognition.

See also common uses for your degree certificate (testamur) and academic record (transcript)