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To provide further career and academic opportunities, Mervic College has arranged academic pathways with leading universities and higher education providers, Pathways give you options to reach your study goals. You also benefit because you gain two qualifications – a diploma and a degree.

Nationally Recognised Qualifications

Nationally recognised training is a formal process to ensure training meets the standards required by industry. Students receiving nationally recognised training can be confident that the skills and knowledge they attain are recognised and valued across Australia. Training package qualifications provide expected pathways into and from a qualification. Mervic College endeavours to maximise learning options for its students via the effective development and design of qualifications that provide students with pathways between its courses/training packages, as well as to Mervic College’s higher education articulation partners.

Current pathway partners include;

Pathway with Standing Credits

Torrence University

Mervic College is committed to providing learning pathways, within and across qualifications, to maximise student learning options. Such pathways include access to qualifications via internal and external articulation arrangements and/or via the granting of credit/RPL.

Even more, our pathway packages mean you complete a selected diploma at Mervic College and receive credit towards and a guaranteed place in a degree course with one of our partners.

Learning Pathways seek to maximise learning outcomes for Mervic College’s students through internal articulation, sequential or concurrent studies, or dual awards. Pathways options may include;

Pathways between Mervic College’s Courses

Students may seek credits or recognition of prior learning when enrolling in a new course or changing an existing course to a new course at Mervic College.

Articulation Arrangements

Articulation refers to a transfer of a pre-approved amount of credit that is automatically granted toward a pathway course, generally a higher education course, at a partner institute or university. Mervic College currently has an articulation arrangement in place with providers that grant advanced standing into their bachelor’s degree for students who have completed certain Mervic College Vocational Diplomas.

Contact our Student Admissions team for more information –

For further information, view our Admission Procedure

All the agents are bound by Mervic College’s policies, procedures, quality and ethical requirements, and the requirements of the Australian International Education and Training Agent Code of Ethics under The National Code 2018.

For assistance with the application, please contact our friendly student admissions team through the above email and contact links