There are several options for obtaining credit for previous study depending on where you studied and if that program was completed.
Transferring from an uncompleted Bachelor's program
If you are transferring from an uncompleted Bachelor’s program at an Australian recognised university to a single CBE Bachelor’s program you may be eligible for a maximum of 72 units of credit.
After completing a Bachelor's program at another Australian university
If you are starting a single CBE Bachelor’s program after completing a Bachelor’s program at an Australian recognised university you may be eligible for a maximum of 48 units of credit. However, if a student is commencing a Flexible Double Degree, the credit limit is significantly reduced.
After completing an advanced Diploma at TAFE or CIT
If you've completed an advanced diploma you may be eligible for a maximum of 24 units of first year credit pending on the program completed and the Bachelor they will be undertaking at CBE. If they have completed an Advanced Diploma in Accounting to do a Bachelor of Accounting at CBE, the maximum credit is up to 24 units of first year electives.
After completing a Diploma at CIT or TAFE or recognised institution
You are not eligible for credit. This can be used for admission to the university only.
After completing an associate degree of 2 years at an Australian recognised university into a single CBE Bachelor’s program
You may be eligible for a maximum of 24 units of first year credit.
Transferring from an ANU uncompleted CBE Bachelor to a different CBE Bachelor
There is no unit limit on credit, provided that the course fits within the program requirements of the new degree.
Beginning a CBE Bachelor after completing a CBE Bachelor
You may be eligible for a maximum of 48 units of credit.