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Market and Promote Linkages and Pathways

Approximately half of Southern Cross University's students have successfully undertaken learning elsewhere on their path to University. It's just one reason why we collaborate with other educational organisations to:

  • develop media campaigns that promote credit linkage and pathway opportunities/testimonials;
  • implement seamless co-offer and transitional support for credit linkage and pathway students;
  • promote credit linkage and pathway options and benefits to the wider community through our publications, industry partnerships and visits to secondary schools, careers expos and open days; and
  • refer to credit linkage and pathway arrangements when guiding students to plan and diversify their study and career options.

Obtain promotional materials

We are pleased to provide course promotional materials and to attend your Open Day, Careers Expo or Pathways to University Information Session, so students and graduates can make an informed decision about further study.

For student recruitment support in Australia please choose from the relevant contacts below:

Gold Coast, Lismore and Coffs Harbour

Evan Crandon
Senior Manager Student Recruitment
P: +61 2 6620 3364
M: +61 0 404 898 797
E: studentrecruitment@scu.edu.au

EduCo Sydney, Melbourne and Perth

Ali Butt
Vice President Sales & Marketing
P: +61 3 8888 6579
M: +61 0 415 959 054
E: ali.butt@educoglobal.com

The Hotel School Brisbane | Sydney | Melbourne

Betty Lui
Student Recruitment Manager
P: +61 2 8249 3248
M: +61 0 437 512 177
E: betty.lui@scu.edu.au

 For student recruitment support overseas please contact the International Marketing & Recruitment Team.

Marketing and Promotional Guidelines

To request permission to market and promote Southern Cross University credit linkages or pathways using the Southern Cross University logo please email pathways@scu.edu.au.

Please attach:

  • a copy of the confirmation letter or signed agreement; and
  • a draft of the promotional material planned for print, social media or website publication.

Please note: Credit linkages and pathways are subject to change. A link to the most current arrangements must appear in all publications. The appropriate Southern Cross University URL is shown below and specified in the confirmation letter or agreement.

Examples of how to describe credit linkages and pathways when displaying the Southern Cross University logo are below. if the Southern Cross University course is available to International students studying in Australia on a student visa, the CRICOS code must appear.

Describe Credit Linkages

(organisation name) has approved articulation arrangements with Southern Cross University, recognising the learning complete within these courses/qualifications for entry into the first or second year of a related Southern Cross course, with maximum credit:

Organisation courseSouthern Cross University course**Credit
BSB50120 Advanced Diploma of Business

3007150 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (CRICOS code GC: 102201J); OR

3002100 Bachelor of Business (CRICOS code Syd/Mel/Perth: 081532A).

12 units, of a total of 24 (50% of the course, or 1? years of FTE study)

BSB50120 Diploma of Business

3007150 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (CRICOS code GC: 102201J); OR

3002100 Bachelor of Business (CRICOS code Syd/Mel/Perth: 081532A).

8 units, of a total of 24 (33% of the course, or 1 year of FTE study)
BSB40120 Certificate IV in Business 

3007150 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (CRICOS code GC: 102201J); OR

3002100 Bachelor of Business (CRICOS code Syd/Mel/Perth: 081532A).  

4 units, of a total of 24 (16% of the course, or ? a year of FTE study) 

For further details view the Southern Cross University website: www.bluespringscdc.com/aqfvocationallinkages

Describe Academic Pathways

(organisation name) has approved articulation arrangements with Southern Cross University, recognising the learning complete within these programs/courses/qualifications/occupations for entry into the first, second or third year of a related Southern Cross  University course, with maximum credit:

Organisation courseSouthern Cross University course**Credit
Associate Degree of Business

3007150 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (CRICOS code GC: 102201J); OR

3002100 Bachelor of Business (CRICOS code Syd/Mel/Perth: 081532A).

16 units, of a total of 24 (66% of the course, or 2 years of FTE study

Diploma of Business 

3007150 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (CRICOS code GC: 102201J); OR

3002100 Bachelor of Business (CRICOS code Syd/Mel/Perth: 081532A). 

8 units, of a total of 24 (33% of the course, or 1 year of FTE study) 

For further details view the Southern Cross University website: www.bluespringscdc.com/credit/search

Describe English Language Proficiency Pathways

(organisation name) has approved articulation arrangements with Southern Cross University, recognising the learning complete within these English language, foundation, bridging or preparation courses/qualifications for entry into the first year of a Southern Cross University course:

Organisation courseComparable test scoreSouthern Cross University course**

English for Academic Purposes 3 (EAP3): CRICOS Code: 0101426

SCU College English Language Programs' Exit Test comparable score: 6.0

Fulfils English language proficiency requirements for SCU courses requiring IELTS score 6.0, e.g.
many Southern Cross University Bachelor Degrees and some Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma courses.

For further details view the Southern Cross University website: www.bluespringscdc.com/englishproficiencypathways

Credit Linkage and Pathway benefits

Credit linkages and pathways with Southern Cross University:

  • allow a person to better plan their study and career path in advance;
  • enable non-traditional entry to Higher Education by elevating a person's university selection rank through prior learning;
  • provide greater support for people transitioning between different academic levels, cultures and technologies;
  • build academic skills and confidence progressively, over time and facilitate life-long-learning;
  • reduce the overall cost and duration of a degree;
  • allow students to use their prior vocational knowledge and skills to work their way through their degree; and
  • reward a person with multiple qualifications in the shortest possible time, which is advantageous for employment, promotion and better pay.

If you still have questions, please contact us.

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