Am I eligible to apply for an Internal Transfer?

Published 25/01/2017 09:50 AM   |    Updated 18/12/2017 02:41 PM

Current students of UniSA may be eligible to transfer into another UniSA program if they meet all entry requirements. Current students are those who are enrolled, or who are on an approved leave of absence.

To be considered for an internal transfer at the undergraduate level, students must have successfully completed a minimum of four undergraduate courses (equivalent to 18 units) of study within one program at UniSA.

Current undergraduate students can apply, via Campus Central, to transfer between the majority of UniSAs undergraduate programs.

To be considered for an internal transfer at the postgraduate level, students must meet the minimum requirements for entry to the relevant program. In most cases you do not have to apply through SATAC.  You will need to provide evidence that you meet the minimum requirements for entry to the program.

To be considered for an internal transfer from a UniSA College program to a program at the undergraduate level, students must have completed all eight Foundation Studies courses (equivalent to 36 units), or the first eight courses of a Diploma.

Both Domestic and International current students are eligible to be considered for an internal transfer.

Internal Program Transfers are generally available for Study Period 2 and, for selected programs, Study Period 5.

Undergraduate programs available for internal transfer for each Division can be found in this Ask Campus Central article.

For advice about postgraduate internal transfers, please contact the relevant Division before submitting the Internal Transfer between Programs form to Campus Central.

 

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