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How does a PMP certificate look like?

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Can someone provide me with a link to an image of how a PMP certificate look like. Does it look professional enough (similar to those certificates issued by decent universities)? Or is it just a regular paper? I just want to know because if it looks decent enough, I want to frame it and put it in my office.
asked 10 years ago by anonymous

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It looks like a university Diploma. Here's some description:

- Font used is this old English font used on most university diplomas
- It states: "This is to certify [John Doe] has successfully completed all prescribed requirements and is hereby designated as Project Management Professional"
- Then you have the date of the validity of that certification (3 years)
- There is a fancy stamp on the left of the diploma.
- There is the PMI logo at the bottom right
- It is signed by the CEO and the Chairman of the Board of Directors.

You can frame it and be proud of what you've earned!
answered 10 years ago by anonymous
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It looks professional.  Google PMP Certification and go to Images, and you'll see a number of examples.
answered 10 years ago by anonymous

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