Guidelines to credit transfer between members of the Australian Technology Network
Intent and objectives
RMIT is party to an agreement between ATN universities (ie. RMIT; Curtin University (WA); Queensland University of Technology; University of South Australia; and the University of Technology, Sydney) to provide favourable entry and articulation arrangements for students of other ATN institutions who have studied related programs in any fields covered by the universities concerned.
Agreement between ATN institutions:
ATN members will, as far as possible for programs in related fields of study, provide students with entry and articulation arrangements that will enable students to experience minimal disruption to normal progression in their studies by transferring between ATN partners.
The credit received will be subject to program structures and to the admitting university’s credit policies and procedures.
- Member universities will use normal applications processes (direct entry processes or admission through the Tertiary Admissions Centres) for students applying with credit from a related course at another ATN member university.
ATN students wishing to apply to RMIT should not apply through VTAC but contact the Office for Prospective Students for a direct application form.
- The enrolling university will give eligible students first call on any Commonwealth supported places in their chosen program. In exceptional circumstances (for example, where the university is the sole State provider for a program with high community demand, or for programs with extremely limited intakes), the relevant university may place restrictions on first-call Commonwealth supported places.