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Transferring to Lincoln?

If you already have a tertiary-level qualification, or part of one, you can apply to transfer your academic credit to a Lincoln degree.

What is credit?
Credit is the recognition of previous formal study at another university or equivalent recognised institution that, once transferred, can help reduce the number of courses required to complete a qualification at Lincoln University.
How is credit awarded?
Credit will be awarded at an appropriate level for the content of the qualifying paper. Credit may be:
• for a specified Lincoln University course with a named specific course code;
• specified by level, but not by course (unspecified credit). This type of credit can be used in place of an elective.  
The amount of credit that can be transferred and the regulations surrounding this can be found on the back of our cross-credit application form and in more detail in our Lincoln Calendar.

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