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Box Hill Institute: Why Credit Transfer?. Jennifer Oliver Executive Director, Learning and Academic Affairs. CRICOS Provider No. 02411J. Facts about Box Hill Institute. 40,363 student enrolments More than 2,200 international inbound student enrolments (50 countries)

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Box hill institute why credit transfer

Box Hill Institute: Why Credit Transfer?

Jennifer Oliver

Executive Director, Learning and Academic Affairs

CRICOS Provider No. 02411J


Facts about box hill institute
Facts about Box Hill Institute

  • 40,363 student enrolments

  • More than 2,200 international inbound student enrolments (50 countries)

  • 2,900 student enrolments on international campuses in China, Vietnam, Fiji, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, PNG

  • 47.6% Government funded

  • 1,367 Staff

  • Over 500 Courses

  • 300 Short Courses


Issues relating to credit transfer
Issues relating to credit transfer:

  • Training Packages, competency based approach does not easily match higher education curricula.

  • Graded assessment vs. competency based.

  • Excessive time and resources in achieving formal credit transfer/articulation arrangements.

  • Maintaining current credit transfer/articulation arrangements.


Box hill institute strategic plan
Box Hill Institute Strategic Plan

  • Leaders in Relationships:

  • Additional pathway options for our students and staff as a result of alliances with other providers.

  • Strengthen our relationship with selected universities.


Questions
QUESTIONS:

  • Is the potential for credit transfer one of the outcomes of a TAFE Diploma or Advanced Diploma?

  • Who should be responsible for pathways?

  • What are the opportunities for pathways for our students?


2008 degree delivery
2008 Degree delivery

  • Bachelor degrees:

  • Music (5 streams)

  • Computer Systems (Networking)

  • Hospitality Management

  • Biotechnology and Innovation

  • Early Childhood Education (subject to accreditation)

  • Associate degrees:

  • Fashion Technology

  • Commerce

  • Software Development


Box hill deakin university
Box Hill/Deakin University

  • Deakin University Relationship:

  • 2004 Memorandum of Understanding

  • Development of pathways and advanced standing

  • Joint delivery of courses

  • Shared research

  • Joint marketing

  • Joint professional development

  • Collaboration on enterprise and international projects

  • Joint subcommittee approach


Achievements
Achievements

  • Articulation database designed and implemented on BHI and Deakin websites.

  • Joint delivery of programs eg. Bachelor Management/Advanced Diploma of Tourism (Management).

  • Collaboration for effective credit transfer arrangements between BHI TAFE qualifications and Higher Education qualifications.