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Students who have started their college education elsewhere and wish to apply for admission to the College as transfer students must submit the following items to the Admissions Office:
A completed application form together with a non-refundable fee.
Official transcripts of all academic records from each institution previously attended, including high school, college/university.
Official course descriptions or syllabi in English for all work completed at the college/university previously attended.


An official transfer credit evaluation will be made only if all of the above items have been submitted to the Admissions Office.
No objection certificate (No pending financial obligations)


After having completed all procedures required for transfer admission, applicants for admission with advanced standing will be given a statement of credits accepted on transfer by the Admissions Office before they enroll. Credits for courses which have an equivalency at the College are accepted when earned with a grade 'C' or above from a college level institution or program with admission standards acceptable to the College. For courses earned with a passing grade but lower than ‘C’ the college may administer a qualifying/waiver exam. Transfer credit is evaluated and applied in one of the following ways:

As parallel credit
The course must have involved at least the same amount of class time and have had approximately the same content; or

As an elective
The course must be related in some manner to the student's academic program and career goal. Also, in some cases credit which is deemed as liberal arts is normally accepted if such credit was earned in courses not specifically offered at the College.

Candidates who have successfully completed subjects from the GCE AS Level and GCE A Level may be awarded 6 and 12 ECTS transfer credits respectively depending on their field of study. Students applying for transfer credit must file a 'Transfer Credit Evaluation form' at the Admissions Office together with a non-refundable fee.

Detailed information is provided in the prospectus of the College.

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