Did you know that a subject completed at another institution or in another course can sometimes be credited towards your final result in a GippsTAFE course?
Contact the Department offering your course to discuss how this may apply to you.
The TAFE subjects you successfully complete may also count towards subjects in a higher education degree at University.
To be eligible for receiving a Credit Transfer, you must:
- Gain admission to the University
- Meet any University requirements on time expired since your TAFE studies and professional body rules about the granting of credit; and
- Meet any University requirements on the level of your achievement in your TAFE studies and subjects required to be completed.
Articulation is the process of moving between TAFE and University, receiving credits for some or all of the subjects you have already completed. Articulating students may choose to move from TAFE to University or from University to TAFE.
To learn more about articulation in your study area contact the relevant department or the Student Engagement Officer at your local campus.
Dual Awards between TAFE and University integrate a complementary TAFE Diploma and a Higher Education Undergraduate Degree. The two courses are studies sequentially which allows the student to exit with two credentials after four years of study, depending on the length of the higher education course.
Customised pathwaysCustomised pathways are negotiated for a specific group of students or an individual student. Customised pathways may incorporate components from different courses and are usually developed to meet the specific learning or vocational needs of groups or individuals.