You can apply for credit after you've received an offer into a USC program. If you applied via QTAC, you need to submit your credit application to USC.
We can offer you general advice about applying, but we won’t be able to confirm whether you will receive credit until your application has been assessed.
We recommend you apply for credit as early as possible, and no later than the commencement of the relevant teaching period so you have plenty of time to finalise your enrolment.
NOTE: Please allow up to three weeks for your application to be assessed. This time frame may be extended during peak periods and for complex applications.
NOTE for international students
International students are required to advise USC International of their application for Credit Transfer in accordance with the above timing.
How to submit your application
Submit your application for credit via email to email@example.com.
- To avoid delays in processing your request, please ensure you have provided a completed ‘Application for credit’ form.
- Credit assessment for some programs require additional documentation:
- Bachelor of Midwifery: Students who are Registered Nurses (RN) in Australia with a degree in Nursing are eligible to apply for credit to follow the Registered Nurse Pathway. Students who wish to apply for the RN Pathway must submit an application for credit transfer, including their Nursing academic transcript and evidence of current RN registration with AHPRA.
- Bachelor of Nursing Science: Students who wish to apply for credit from a Diploma of Nursing must have completed the qualification through a Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) approved education provider, and students must hold and provide evidence of current Enrolled Nurse registration with AHPRA.
Refer to the Credit Transfer—Academic Policy.
What happens next?
Once your application has been assessed, you will be notified via email to your USC student email account of the outcome of your application.
Please allow up to three weeks for your application to be assessed. This time frame may be extended during peak periods and for complex applications.