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If you have completed previous tertiary studies, you may be able to apply for credit or advanced standing towards a course at ACU.
Please view ACU's guidelines about credit for previous study.
The credit transfer database lists the articulation agreements ACU has with other institutions. Check to see if your previous studies are listed and find out how much credit you may be eligible for.
If your qualification is not listed in the credit transfer database, you will need to apply for an individual credit assessment.
You can apply for a credit assessment at the same time that you apply for admission to ACU.
You must supply detailed information in English about your previous studies, including:
Details of any credit transfer will be listed on your letter of offer.
During enrolment you will need to complete a formal application for credit to finalise any credit listed on your offer letter.
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