In Absentia Conferring
If you wish to be conferred In Absentia and not attend the ceremony, we will confer you In Absentia on the day and send your certificate to you in the weeks following the ceremony. Please allow up to 6 weeks for the certificates to sent. Once you have submitted your online booking you will be contacted to confirm your details, please expect this email following the closing date of applications.
If you are being conferred In Absentia, you will need to complete and upload the declaration form (PDF, 115KB) as part of your online registration. The form must be signed by a Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public/Lawyer/Solicitor.
If you are attending in person, you do not need to upload your declaration form.
To ensure you receive your certificate without delay, please confirm you have your full and updated home address listed on your profile with RCPI. The certificates are sent by registered post with An Post, so will need to be signed for when being delivered by your local postal service.