When you’re applying for credit or RVL, you may need to provide the following details in your application.
You need to provide supporting documents with your application, even if these have previously been provided to the University. If you don’t submit the required documents, your application could be delayed or rejected. If your application is rejected for this reason you can reapply with the appropriate documents.
If your documents are not in English, they need to be officially translated into English by your institution and include the institution's official stamp on each page. Alternatively, you can have your document translated and certified by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).
To receive credit for units of study completed at the University of Sydney, you do not need to provide supporting documents.
If you’re applying for credit from another institution, you’ll need to provide the below supporting documents for each unit of study included in your application.
If you do not have the required unit of study outline(s), you need to contact the institution where you completed the unit.
If you’re applying for RVL based on work experience, you need to provide: