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Credit for prior learning is the term used when the University allows prior study or work experience to count towards your Deakin degree. Credit may be granted for credentialled learning and uncredentialled learning that meet the University requirements:
The Faculty CPL Framework will detail the level and maximum number of specified and unspecified credits applicable for each undergraduate course [51KB PDF] and postgraduate course [356KB PDF] based on relevant course rules and requirements as outlined in the Faculty Credit for Prior Learning Instruction [164KB PDF].
Formal assessments of credit will be made upon admission to an award course at Deakin, and the information obtained at time of initial enquiry is subject to the formal assessment process, and is to be used as a guide only.
The information in this framework is updated regularly and whilst accurate at the time of publishing, Deakin reserves the right to alter, amend or delete details at any time.