Approval process for CASS students Exchange course

If you have been nominated to go on exchange, you will need approval for the courses you intend to take while on exchange.

Your signed RAID form was pre-approval only and needs full approval using an approval pack

School of Art and Design students click here for your process


Incomplete Exchange Course Approval Packs (ECAP) will delay your approval:

If you do not meet the deadline for receiving a course approval letter the CASS Student and Education office cannot guarantee the courses you complete whilst on exchange will count towards your degree. You will remain financially liable for the ANU unit load of your ARTS5920 enrolment and your graduation may be delayed.

  • For students who are going on second semester exchange to New Zealand, the deadline is 16th July 2021. Please submit your ECAP by that date.

Send your ECAP (all items listed below, clearly labelled, in one email) to: students.cass@anu.edu.au:

  1. A completed CASS exchange course approval checklist
  2. Course outlines of the courses you wish to do while on exchange. (a list of URLs in a word document, or clearly labelled PDFs of each individual course outline). (What to do if you can't get them by the deadline)
  3. Endorsement email(s) from the major/minor/program conveners for the courses that you intend to do. Convenors are listed: Major/Minor/Specialisation, Bachelors, Honours, Masters. NB: Not needed for courses you wish to count towards a list that says X units from completion of elective courses offered by ANU.
  4. An exchange credit proposal letter as a word document. Example.
  5. A completed Enrolment Change Form for the ARTS5920 shell course. Please note that you must take a full time load of 24 units while on exchange. Example
  6. A completed program plan that shows what you have done and where the credit from exchange is proposed to fit. Example.

 

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Updated:  16 June 2021/Responsible Officer:  CASS Marketing & Communications/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications