AIBTGlobal offers vocational education and training, leading to Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) qualifications or Statements of Attainment that are Nationally Recognised, transferable qualifications.
Articulation pathways guarantees the shortest route to completing your degree. Gaining credit and recognition of prior learning will save you money and may reduce the time it will take to complete your degree. If you've completed a Certificate IV, or higher qualification with AIBTGlobal, you may be eligible to enter into a university degree with credit for your prior studies. AIBTGlobal is continually working to provide academic pathways to universities in Australia.
We have partnered with Griffith University to offer articulation pathways.
If you study a:
- Advanced Diploma of Electronics & Communication Engineering UEE60211 you will receive 160CP towards the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) majoring in Electronic Engineering 320CP.
- Diploma of Project Management BSB51415 you will receive 40CP of credit transfer towards the Bachelor of Business 240CP.
- Diploma of Leadership and Management BSB51915 you will receive 50CP of credit transfer towards the Bachelor of Business 240CP.
- Diploma of Hospitality Management SIT501416 you will receive 80CP towards the Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management 240CP.
For more information regarding these arrangements take a look at Griffith University’s guide for transfer credits from AIBT here.
For more information regarding these arrangements take a look at Griffith University’s guide for transfer credits from AIBT-I here.
Southern Cross University (SCU) provides vocational education and training (VET) pathways to university from Nationally accredited courses and qualifications within discipline related Australian Training Packages.
If you’ve completed a Certificate IV, or higher qualification with an Australian Registered Training Provider (RTO), you well on your way to earning a related Southern Cross degree, with maximum credit for your prior studies.
For more information please visit: Pathways and linkages into SCU courses