News from Learning and Quality Support
Alternative Entry Pathway based on year 11 results
Launched in response to the unprecedented circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and in consultation with the school sector, this new alternative entry pathway enables 2020 Year 12 students to apply for admission into the University based largely on their 2019 Year 11 results.
A Working Group has been established to develop a new Micro-credentials Policy. This new policy will outline the process for the development, approval, delivery, quality assurance, and recognition of micro-credentials at the University.
Transnational Education Policy
The Transnational Education Policy came into effect on the 5th August 2020. This policy ensures that the University has transnational education partnerships that align with the strategic directions of the University; meet compliance requirements; are financially viable; and are consistent with the academic standards of the University, as set out in University policies.
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