Pathways and Advanced Standing
The course or series of courses you choose will be influenced by your current circumstances, personal and career goals and other factors such as your past academic performance, SCU course entry requirements and any amount of credit for prior learning you might be entitled to receive.
These factors vary from person to person but, no matter what your circumstances, Southern Cross University (SCU) can help you to:
- build a career profile based on your natural skills and talents; and
- examine your study options and estimate the amount of credit transfer that may apply for prior learning, so you can confidently plan your study and career path in advance.
How much credit may be awarded for prior learning?
Search for Advanced StandingTo identify how much credit transfer may apply, use the Advanced Standing Search.
Remember, credit for prior learning can be awarded via the Advanced Standing process for:
- completed or partially completed studies, attained through an accredited course (formal learning) or non-accredited course, seminar or professional development program (non-formal learning); and/or
- experience and expertise, gained through professional standing, paid or voluntary work or community, domestic or leisure activities (in-formal learning).
What if my prior study or industry experience is not listed?
Can't fine what you are looking for?
How are entry and credit arrangements established?
The University cooperates with educational and industry organisations in Australia and overseas to develop and promote 'articulation arrangements' (pathways and linkages) that facilitate entry and/or credit into SCU undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
For further details view Articulation information for organisations.
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