Credits and exemptions
If you have previously completed some study at a University level you may be entitled to credit. Please refer to the rules and requirements of your program as well as myAdvisor for further information and to access the application form. All credit assessments are made on the basis of academic content and credit is applied on the basis of the rules and requirements of individual programs within the BEL Faculty. The Faculty does not grant credit on the basis of work experience.
The maximum credit which may be granted from a completed previous sub-University level program is #2 towards level one general electives if the BEL Faculty program has a provision for general elective credit.
Please note: All applications for credit take up to 4 weeks for processing. Ensure that any applications are submitted as early as possible to avoid potential enrolment problems.
If you have received credit towards your program you will need to cross out the courses on your Program Plan for which credit has been granted as you do not need to study these courses. You should be able to bring forward the courses from the same semester of the following year in the Program Plan to fill the spaces left by the crossed out courses, ensuring you have still met the pre-requisites for the courses you are wanting to bring forward. If you have any queries with how to plan your program because you have received credit, please contact the Faculty for advice.
Exemptions are different to credit. These are given towards a course when students have completed content in another course that is incompatible. An exemption means you cannot study the course for which an exemption has been given, but rather you study another course in lieu of this course. The other course studied must come from the Course List for the program. You will be advised of which part/group of the Course List when the exemption is applied.