Transfer Credit - Transfer Schemes

Transfer Schemes

Historically credit transfer has mainly been administered on an ad hoc basis by higher education institutions but it has now become an important area of national and transnational education policy, particularly in relation to mobility between countries and educational sectors. Consequently, agreements between groups of universities have been put in place, such as Australian Group of Eight Universities, and broader schemes have been developed to simplify transfer.

  • Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme
  • European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
  • Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework

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