Articulation agreements exist between select Australian universities and Canadian colleges, allowing students to complete an undergraduate or a postgraduate degree at an Australian university by receiving credit for their previous studies completed at the college level.
Typically, students who have completed a two-year college certificate would receive up to one year of credit for their studies in a related area toward a three-year bachelor degree. This would mean that after completing a two-year certificate, students would only study two years to complete a bachelor degree.
Students who have completed a three-year diploma from a Canadian college can receive up to two years credit toward a bachelor degree at an Australian university. This would mean that students would only need to complete one year at an Australian university to receive a bachelor degree.
Students who have completed a graduate diploma at college level may also be able to articulate to a master program at an Australian university.
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