When you apply to study at Charles Sturt University, you may be eligible to receive credit as recognition of your prior learning for previous study and/or work experience.
Receive credit as recognition for your prior learning = less cost + less time
Getting into uni isn't just about your marks at school. You can explore our range of available credit as recognition of your prior learning and pathways to help you get a degree, even if you don't get into your preferred course straight away.
Continue your work from a previous session.
On this site you can find credit and pathway options to Charles Sturt that we have already assessed as recognition for prior learning. If you don’t find any suitable results, we may still have available options that apply to you.
Apply now and include details about your prior learning for recognition to be assessed as part of your admissions application
Apply for credit as recognition of prior learning at current students.
Where credit points are indicated it assumes articulation (guaranteed entry based on course availability) into the relevant Charles Sturt course with the potential of attracting the credit indicated. Credit does not apply for qualifications awarded on the basis of recognition for prior learning (RPL). Minimum duration for study may also be required.
Refer to our minimum entry requirements and Charles Sturt University's Credit Policy for further details and limitations on maximum credit allowed or contact us.
Pathways and available credit indicate recognition of prior learning as previously assessed by Charles Sturt. The information on this site is indicative only and is not an offer or contract. All arrangements for approved recognition of prior learning remain subject to Charles Sturt's rules, policies and procedures. Changes in pathways and available credit may occur at any time without notice, including as a result of changes to agreements with Charles Sturt's pathway program partners or changes to Charles Sturt's courses or other relevant circumstances. Charles Sturt retains the discretion not to accept an application for recognition of prior learning, or to make an alternative offer of recognition that maximises an applicant's credit, having regard to any unique details of prior learning that Charles Sturt considers relevant.