RPL - recognition of prior learning
RPL refers to recognition of prior learning based on which a completed study unit or a part thereof is credited for a student. The student always has the initiative in launching the RPL process. The student assesses whether they possess prior learning compliant with the degree’s learning objectives and this will be taken into account when composing the personal study plan. The prior learning to be recognised must comply with the learning objectives of the degree curriculum or one of its modules or courses.
Learning can be acquired in domestic or in foreign higher education institution (studies in formal education) or kearning acquired outside of formal education (for example work experience, practical traineeship, position of trust, language skills).
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