University Pathways / Credits

Students who graduate with a Diploma or Advanced Diploma form the College may be eligible for credit toward certain degrees at a range of Australian university, including our partner universities listed below, depending on a number of factors.

University of Canberra

Capital College students who successfully complete a Diploma into the listed University of Canberra (UC) degrees.

Bachelor of Event and Tourism Management
Bachelor of Business:
(Entrepreneurship and Innovation)
(Human Resource Management)
(International Business)
(Service Management)
(Sport Management)
Bachelor of Commerce:
(Business Economics)
(Finance and Banking)

The University of Canberra may offer students who have completed a Diploma in the field of information technology, up to one year of credit  toward the following  degrees

Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Software Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Network and Software Engineering (Honours)

Griffith University

Capital College students will receive the following credit articulation with Griffith University.

•80 credit points (1 year of full time study)  for the completion of the Diploma of Information Technology towards the Bachelor of Information Technology
• 50 credit points for the completion of the Diploma of Leadership and Management towards the Bachelor of Business

Southern Cross University

The College has a formal pathway arrangement in place with Southern Cross University, with campuses in Lismore and Coffs Harbour in NSW and on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Click here for details on the Southern Cross University pathway arrangement.

Macleay College

Macleay College offers students who have completed Capital College qualifications advanced standing / credit transfers into their Bachelor of Business.

Students who have completed a
Diploma of Leadership and Management  = up to 6 unit credit (25% of the Macleay College course)
Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management = 8 unit credit (33% of the Macleay College course)

Students are encouraged to make their own inquiries directly with other Universities to obtain advice about what credits or other pathways may apply to their specific circumstances.

What our students are saying about Capital College

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