METHODS OF CREDITS TRANSFER
Credits: College Equivalency Credits (CEC)
student to earn academic credits for previous education, by taking account of
your previous academic and professional studies.
RCST allows limited transfer credits
into Undergraduate and Graduate programs provided the
relevant to the studentís program and equivalent in both content and degree
of Undergraduate or Graduate courses. RCST accepts academic credits from institutions accredited by agencies
recognised by Swiss Accreditation Services (SAS); Council for Higher
Education Accreditation (USA); and Supra-National
Government Agency (Local and International) authorised to provide educational
RCST uses guidelines established by
the CAEL Council for Adult Education and Experiential Learning (USA).
to bring into the program quality work experience and independent learning that will earns them
academic credits, Knowledge and understanding
of course content acquired through experience,
such work experience must be
deemed equivalent to University-Level of learning, and the ability to
demonstrate a balance between Theory and Practice.
Student will submit an Experiential Learning Portfolio to RCST to be consider for
acceptable transfer credits under PEL
Transfer Credits under Prior
Experiential Learning (PEL) will be according to RCST Admisison Guidelines.
Admission Evaluation Commitee and Student Services Offices will process your
application to determine the acceptable
level of Quality Transfer Credits
allowed based upon the application documents submited for Admission and
Evaluation processing. The basis for
Granting Academic Credits transfer under Prior Experiential Learning (PEL) will
completion of college-level learning.
● Evidential measurable learning outcomes, not the experience alone.
Prior courses /
training completed are proven equivalent to one of RCST
● Student demonstrates
that prior learning acquired had an appropriate balance of theory and practical
application to the enrolled degree program
Dean makes decisions regarding the granting of academic credit for