Articulation occurs when a student has a completed award that is recognised for entry into a UNSW program under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). In some cases by achieving a prescribed level of performance when completing that award, the student is also given an agreed number of specified course (subject) credits within the UNSW award upon entry.
A student can get credit in a UNSW award for a course (subject) studied at another institution if the school delivering the course at UNSW deems the course (subject) or a combination of courses (subjects) from the other institution/s to be equivalent. Students may be granted credit from studies undertaken at more than one institution provided that the courses (subjects) studied are recognised by UNSW as being equivalent.
Applying for Articulation or Credit Transfer
To apply for articulation of credit transfer, you must provide certified copies of your academic transcripts to support your application. In some cases you may also be required to supply course outlines and/or syllabus. If you are applying to study at UNSW via a UNSW accredited agent, your agent can certify your documents.