We do not assess Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) applications until after an offer is made and accepted.
Students who are offered a place can apply for RPL and where previous studies are directly comparable to our accredited units of study, RPL may be granted for up to 50% of the credit points in a course of study (program). For example, if the course has 8 units total, then a maximum of 4 units can be granted via RPL.
Our RPL policy can be found here. More information on the RPL process will be available when offers are made.
For Psychology courses, RPL and credit can normally only be granted if your prior studies were in an APAC accredited program or the same or higher level than the one you are applying to. This means you cannot get credit for 4th-year psychology units in a 5th-year course, nor 2nd or 3rd-year level units in a 4th-year course even if they have similar nomenclature such as both being Graduate Diplomas.