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UTS Business School understands that students may have prior learning such as previous studies at recognised tertiary organisations, and offers Credit Recognition (CR) to these students based on the knowledge thus obtained.
Credit Recognition (CR) is also referred to as subject exemption, credit from previous study, recognition of prior learning or advanced standing.
We also offer credit recognition for many of our postgraduate courses.
You must submit your applications upon admission. All Credit Recognition must be finalised before the end of the first semester of the course. Credit Recognition does not guarantee or imply automatic admission into UTS Business School courses. Credit Recognition indicates what exemptions may apply if an applicant is successful in obtaining a place, by meeting the relevant selection criteria for a course as approved by Academic Board.
If you are a prospective student from the listed educational institutions applying for block Credit Recognition, you must have completed your previous course no more than five (5) years prior to admission into UTS Business School courses.
- If you have completed previous studies from other universities, you must have completed that subject no more than 10 years prior to admission into UTS Business School courses.
- The maximum amount of Credit Recognition allowed for all Business undergraduate courses, subject to the Business School's approval, is two thirds of the total course credit point requirements.
- To have a UTS extended major, major and/or sub-major listed on an academic transcript, you may be allowed the following:
- For an extended major: The maximum amount of Credit Recognition allowed is 24 credit points or four (4) subjects.
- For a major: The maximum amount of Credit Recognition allowed is 24 credit points or four (4) subjects.
- For a sub-major: The maximum amount of Credit Recognition allowed is six (6) credit points or one (1) subject.
- Only Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses (or equivalent) will be evaluated. Certificate and Associate Diploma courses will not be considered. Overseas institutions courses will be evaluated by UTS International in first instance.
- As a guide for prospective students:
- For business related Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, you may be eligible for a maximum of eight subjects (48 credit points) of credit recognition. This is subject to final approval by the Business School's Credit Recognition Committee.
Other University Rules and Policies that you need to be familiar with:
International students must also refer to UTS International Credit Recognition website.
UTS Business School reserves the right to cancel or vary the Credit Recognition arrangements at any time.