Last change on: 14.6.2022.
e-Certificates for pupils
This e-Service enables issuance of certificates on the current educational status to pupils of primary and secondary schoolsAre you applying for a scholarship or looking for a summer job via the Pupil Service and need a certificate confirming that you are a pupil? You no longer need to go to the school secretary’s office to obtain it, now you can obtain a digital e-Certificate at the following link.
Use your AAI identity (for pupils, this is the information you use to access the e-Register Book) or credentials for the e-Citizens system to log in (parents can log in via Fina, bank tokens or an electronic ID card – eOI).
There is a dropdown menu where you can select the purpose of the certificate. Certificates issued via this service fully substitute school-issued certificates in all legal affairs; therefore, it is no longer necessary to pick up such a certificate in the school secretary’s office in person.
Certificates can be saved on a computer, sent or printed out, as necessary.
A certificate can be generated to prove that a pupil is enrolled in a certain study programme and class in the current school year, i.e. that they have the status of a full-time pupil. A list of the purposes for which you can generate a certificate is available after you log in to the application. For example, you can generate a certificate for the following purposes:
- for the pupil to exercise the right of seasonal employment
- to apply for a place in a dorm
- for housing
- for a scholarship
- to obtain a visa
- other purposes.
According to the current information, CARNET will probably implement this functionality into the e-Register Book system during July, so pupils and parents will be able to print out certificates from the e-Register Book by school year 2022/2023.