Advanced Standing towards UNE Psychology Courses
For applications relating to psychology units previously undertaken (including BCSS100), you will need to provide documentation which shows that the psychology units you are seeking advanced standing for are part of an Australian Psychology Accreditation Council (APAC) accredited sequence.
If your units are part of an APAC accredited sequence then we suggest that you request a letter from your previous university that states this information.
Furthermore, please note that previously completed psychology units that were completed at 300 level cannot be granted at 400 level.
When applying for advanced standing towards UNE Psychology Units you must submit the following:
- Completed Online Advanced Standing Application Form (indicating for which UNE units you are seeking advanced standing based on your previous studies)
- A complete copy of an academic transcript showing all grades, verified by a Justice of the Peace or My eQuals-Electronic Transcript. We do not accept individual result slips or web downloads.
- Unit outlines from the year you completed the units including the following: description of the unit, aims, objectives, assessments, unit weighting, a list of reference books and textbooks.
- Documentation that confirms that the previously undertaken psychology units are part of an APAC accredited sequence.