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Five reasons to transfer to another university

Before you start the switch to another university, it’s important to ask yourself the right questions to make sure you’re transferring for all the right reasons. 

常见问题

The process of applying for credit is different for local (domestic) and international students. 

如果你是国内学生, applying for credit happens after you receive an offer to study at RMIT. The application and approval process will be handled by your academic school, so we are unable to provide you with any guarantees prior to this. 

To give a guide on how much credit you may be eligible for, we encourage you to compare the subjects of the program you are looking to study with the subjects you have studied previously. This may give you a good indication as to how much credit or RPL you may be eligible for.

If you’re an international student, applications for credit transfer should be made as early as possible, preferably during the application process, as it may impact the duration of your Confirmation of Enrolment (COE). 

You will be asked ‘Are you applying for Credit?’ during the application process, so if you are seeking credit then make sure you select ‘是的’ and upload all your course syllabus details and we will organise the credit assessment for you.

The maximum amount of credits you can get granted will depend on the 水平的研究 of the program you are applying for.  

If you’re applying for higher education programs, the amount of credit you can receive will be based on your program. 有资格毕业, you must successfully complete a minimum of 96 credit points or 50% of your program – whichever is less.

If you are studying a vocational study program (also known as TAFE), t在这里 are no maximum limits on the amount of credit you can receive – you may be able to have a complete qualification recognised! 

It’s important to keep in mind that credit transfer is only available for the same or equivalent competencies, w在这里as RPL may be used w在这里 competencies are not identical or equivalent and you have demonstrated the learning outcomes.

在某些情况下, receiving credit transfer may shorten the length of your program and this will be reflected in the duration of your COE. 

You will find out the start date and the end date of your program on your offer letter and the same dates will be used on your COE.

是的, the total cost of your program may be reduced as you won’t need to pay for any courses that you are granted credit transfer or RPL.

是的, it is possible to reduce the duration of the program with credit and RPL. 然而, this will be based on exactly which units you are credited for and if this will impact the length of your program.

Credit transfer is w在这里 we assess your previous formal study and, if you can demonstrate you meet the learning outcomes for some of your RMIT courses, then we ‘transfer the credit’ from your previous study to your RMIT course/s. 

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is w在这里 we formally assess your previous work and life experiences, 除了正式的, 非正式或非正式的学习, and determine whether this could be worth credit in lieu of study. This means you don’t have to spend time learning things you already know.

Recognition of current competency (RCC) is w在这里 we assess your previously completed accredited qualification in circumstances w在这里 it may have expired or w在这里 you have not been practising.

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*QS World University Rankings 2022
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^2022 QS Graduate Employability Rankings
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原住民旗
托雷斯海峡国旗

承认的国家

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia w在这里 we conduct our business.