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Old 06.09.2010, 17:45
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Notarisation of Degree Scroll?

Has anyone gotten their degree scroll notarized in Lake Geneva Region? Is it a practice to have their degree scrolls notarised before submitting to a University or Employer? Or is the certified transcript usually sufficient?

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Re: Notarisation of Degree Scroll?

Degree scrolls and their associated transcripts are normally Certified as a True Copy as part of your application dossier. This can be done by a Notary Public or by an officer in your Commune for a far lesser fee.

Some institutions eg a University, might insist on an authenticated copy ie an apostille

The list of competent authorities by canton is here.

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