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Graduation dates are provided monthly during the autumn and spring term:

  • Autumn term: August, September, October, November, and December
  • Spring term: January, February, March, April, May, and June

Graduation days fall on the last weekday of the month.

However, graduation ceremonies are arranged twice a year: in May for students who graduated during the spring and in December for students who graduated during the autumn.

See the graduation schedule and the important dates below:

The submission and graduation schedule for the year 2023

The submission and graduation schedule for the year 2024

How to apply for a diploma?

Students apply for their Degree Certificate with the Graduation Service in MyDiak (Studies menu > Graduation service).

You may start your graduation process as soon as you have the right to fill out the AVOP feedback questionnaire. Before this you can familiarise yourself with the different stages of the process. On the front page of the service you’ll find f. ex. links to all the guides related to graduation and the Degree Certificate Application.

Electronic diploma

As of March 1, 2023, the official diploma of graduates from Diak is an electronic diploma. Paper diplomas are no longer issued. Diplomas issued before March 1, 2023 will not be converted to electronic.

An electronic diploma does not require separate authentication. You can send the diploma as it is to different authorities or as an attachment to a job application. The electronic diploma can be printed on paper, but the diploma is official only in electronic form.

The degree diploma can be downloaded on the day of your graduation from MyDiak’s Print Service for 30 days.

The authenticity of the electronic diploma issued by Diak can be verified in the Atomi Validator service. The authenticity of the certificate can also be checked in the certificate service on the website of the Digital and Population Information Agency.

You can find more information about the electronic diploma here.

Resending the electronic diploma in place of the lost one and an officially certified paper copy of the electronic diploma are subject to a fee.

In the My Studyinfo service (My studies) you can also view your own studies and, if necessary, share the information with a sharing link.

Social & Health care professionals

All students graduating as Bachelors of Social Services and Bachelors of Health Care are required to contact the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health (Valvira) directly to request to be added to the central register of health care professionals.

Further information concerning

Give feedback and answer the AVOP survey!

Students have the possibility to give feedback on their studies by answering the AVOP survey. Log in the survey using your own UAS credentials. Fill in the survey just before you graduate.

The survey collects data concerning teaching, learning, international issues, working life connections, practical training, theses and student satisfaction. The responses will be used for developing the work of Diak and other universities of applied sciences nationally.

Find valuable tips for the job search process via Career Planning website.