As a current student, you may be eligible to apply direct to CQU to change your course. Plus, you could earn credit or advanced standing depending on the units you’ve successfully completed.
Change of course checklist
If you’re thinking about changing your course, the following checklist will help ensure you can apply direct to change your course.
- You are applying to change to a course that is the same study level e.g. a Bachelor degree to a Bachelor degree.
- You have successfully completed at least one unit in your current course.
- You are not applying to change to a course that is a quota course. If you do intend to apply for one of the courses below, you will need to follow the How to Apply information on the relevant course page.
- Bachelor of Echocardiography and Cardiac Physiology/Graduate Diploma of Echocardiography (CV69)
- Bachelor of Medical Imaging (CG92)
- Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) (CM17)
- Bachelor of Medical Sonography/Graduate Diploma of Medical Sonography (CG91)
- Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) (CB84)
- Bachelor of Oral Health (CB29)
- Bachelor of Paramedic Science (CG95)
- Bachelor of Paramedic Science/Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management (CM40)
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) (CB85)
- You meet the entry requirements and pre-requisites of your new course.
- You are an articulating student, for example, moving from an Associate Degree to a Bachelor or a Graduate Certificate to a Graduate Diploma, and have not graduated from the lower award.
How to apply
If you’re ready to change your course, follow these steps.
As a previous CQU student, you can apply directly to CQU via our online application portal.
Either log in to our online application portal, and search for the relevant course and intake you’d like to readmit to. Or, use the Apply Direct link within the How to Apply section of the relevant course web page.
Follow the prompts from there.
Credit for prior learning
You may be eligible to fast-track your studies and apply for credit or recognition of prior learning based on your previous study or work experience. For TAFE and Uni courses.