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You may be able to have your prior studies or work experience count as credit towards your QUT course and be able to graduate sooner. Prior studies include units completed at QUT or at another institution.
You can apply for credit if you're applying for a:
You can apply for credit for any:
You may be able to claim credit for your International Baccalaureate studies.
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When you're offered a place in a course, accept your offer via QTAC then complete an application for advanced standing (credit for prior learning) form.
If you want to claim credit for studies completed at QUT, or for studies completed at another institution or credit for work experience, submit an application for advanced standing (credit for prior learning) form.
We may approve credit for prior learning when we assess your research degree application. If you don't receive credit during the application process, you can complete the application for advanced standing (credit for prior learning) form after you've been made an offer.
You must supply supporting documents if you're applying for credit for studies completed at another institution or for work experience. You'll need to submit the documents with your application.
You don't need to provide any supporting documents.
Our Advanced Standing Precedent List can show you credit we've approved for similar units to the ones you've studied. It can give you an idea of what credit you might be eligible for.
You must provide copies of:
You need to provide:
You should apply for credit for prior learning as soon as you get your offer and by no later than 10 days after you receive your offer. Applications submitted after this time may not be finalised in time to allow you to adjust your first semester of study.
If you apply for advanced standing for a unit you're enrolled in after the census date for that teaching period, you will be financially liable for this unit. When you submit an advanced standing application for this study, you will be liable for tuition fees for the unit you're enrolled in if this unit is granted as advanced standing. Until you know the outcome for your advanced standing application we recommend that you stay enrolled in the unit and continue your studies as normal.
If your prior studies are already included on the Advanced Standing Precedent List, we'll process your application within 10 working days. If your prior study isn't included on the Advanced Standing Precedent List, it can take up to 4 weeks to process your application if you've provided all the required documents. In some cases, your course coordinator may ask you to attend an interview or do some other form of assessment.
If your application is successful, the relevant units will be recorded on your academic transcript 'Granted Advanced Standing Unit'. These units don't contribute to your grade point average (GPA).
You can monitor the progess of your application in the HiQ site once you've enrolled as a student.
If you're unhappy with the outcome of your advanced standing application, you can request a review of the decision. Contact our advanced standing team for more information about the review process.
If your credit application hasn't been finalised, we recommend that you enrol but keep in mind that you may need to change the units once you receive your application outcome.
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If the units you're applying for credit for are:
If you have questions regarding which units to enrol in or requisite waivers, contact your faculty student office.