A university will offer a Convocation certificate until a permanent degree is issued and conferred during convocation. The certificate is often still valid for around six months or until the students receive their degrees. It doesn’t actually have an end date. The Provisional Certificate will, however, lose all significance once your institute issues your degree. This certificate indicates that the degree has not yet been conferred and is typically given as a temporary replacement for the degree.
A convocation Degree Certificate is a temporary certificate given to the student by a certain university, college, or educational institution. It is valid until the school no longer offers the actual degree. It is frequently used while applying for jobs or higher education:
- It includes the student’s name and the course they looked at.
- It is transient in nature and often has an expiration date.