In certain cases it is possible for students to have prior non-credentialled learning (i.e. learning which has not been formally recognised with a qualification or other documented record) recognised for the purposes of admission to a course or programme.

The process of assessing and recording such learning is called Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL); any credit granted is termed "RPL credit".

Credit may be granted for the following papers:

Applications for RPL credit must normally be submitted by:

30 November—for candidates intending to enrol in semester 1 of the following year.
30 May—for candidates intending to enrol for semester 2.

Students are encouraged to consult the relevant school before applying for RPL credit.

RPL credit for MAOR 102, MAOR 108, MAOR 111, and MAOR 112 is only available to students as part of a major or minor in MAOR, INDV, or PACI.

Last updated 22/10/2021 11.23 AM

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