letter to prove that medium language of instruction was English Watch

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I'm in the process of applying into some postgrad program.
I did my undergrad in non-English speaking country, but the language of instruction and examination is English. Unfortunately, it wasn't stated clearly in either my academic transcript or my certificate. So, I need to ask the administration officer at my university where I did my undergrad to write such letter to prove that medium language of instruction was English.
Just curious, what is the usual standard format for that letter?
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is it like this?

This letter is to confirm that

Name of Student :
Student's Number :

has successfully completed a Bachelor degree in (subject) on (date).

The program are taught in English where the language of instruction and examination is English.
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^^ I'd say that should be OK as long as it's printed on official-looking paper, signed and stamped and all that.
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^^ I'd say that should be OK as long as it's printed on official-looking paper, signed and stamped and all that.
And as long as the spelling is right.
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And as long as the spelling is right.
Now that might not be so easy, actually.
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(Original post by Good bloke)
And as long as the spelling is right.
(Original post by hobnob)
Now that might not be so easy, actually.
could you please write one for me?
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Is it any spelling mistake here?

This letter is to confirm that

Name of Student :
Student's Number :

has successfully completed a Bachelor degree in (subject) on (date).

The program is taught in English where the language of instruction and examination is English.
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Is it any spelling mistake here?
Try this:

This is to certify that <insert name> has followed a programme of study over a period of <insert duration> at <insert institution name> leading to a <insert qualification>. This course commenced in <insert month and year> and was complete by <insert month and year>. <Insert name again> attained his degree at the level of <insert result>.

Although this institution is based in <insert country> and would normally teach in <insert usual language>, this particular course was taught in English throughout, and also examined in that language.
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(Original post by Good bloke)
Try this:

This is to certify that <insert name> has followed a programme of study over a period of <insert duration> at <insert institution name> leading to a <insert qualification>. This course commenced in <insert month and year> and was complete by <insert month and year>. <Insert name again> attained his degree at the level of <insert result>.

Although this institution is based in <insert country> and would normally teach in <insert usual language>, this particular course was taught in English throughout, and also examined in that language.
Many thanks, Good bloke! I appreciate your help so much.

I'll forward it to the administration officer at my university.
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Could u please send me the typed letter
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