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CONVEYANCING – LAW AND PRACTICE
CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS STUDIES
Exemptions may be granted when an applicant can demonstrate that they have successfully completed studies of very similar material as part of another recognised course.
part of the content of a Macquarie University Conveyancing – Law and Practice unit must have been completed in previous studies in order to qualify for an exemption. As each of the eight units which make up the Conveyancing – Law and Practice course is broad in scope, it is sometimes the case that while an applicant has previously studied a related topic, their studies have not covered a sufficient amount of the content of the relevant unit.
Please note that only in the most exceptional circumstances is an applicant granted exemptions from more than two (2) units.
Exemptions are not given for
Foundation Legal Knowledge, Professional Skills 1 or Professional Skills 2.
Please note: Exemptions are not given for work experience.
It is your responsibility to make a case for an exemption based on your previous studies.
You must demonstrate that you have covered the major part of the content of a Macquarie University Conveyancing – Law and Practice unit in your previous studies. Detailed outlines of the Conveyancing – Law and Practice units are available from the Conveyancing Program Office (telephone: 02 9850 6829). Exemptions are assessed by the director of the course.
APPLYING FOR AN EXEMPTION
If you believe that you may qualify for an exemption, you should complete the Exemption Request form below and submit with a covering letter summarising how your previous studies cover a major part of the content of a Macquarie University Conveyancing – Law and Practice unit. You must also include outlines of the relevant subjects previously studied. (These outlines should be from the relevant teaching institution). A copy of your official results for the relevant courses must also be included.
should be forwarded with your
Application for Enrolment
and must be received by the relevant Closing Date for New Applications.
You will be notified of the result of your
approximately 3 weeks after the relevant Closing Date for New Applications. If your request is successful you will be advised of your exemptions. If your request is not successful you will receive written notification of your ineligibility for exemptions.
This form is to be completed by applicants applying for exemptions.
Unit No. / Street No
Attach the following documentation to your exemption request:
detailing in which unit/s you are requesting exemptions (e.g. Contracts, Revenue Law). Your covering letter must summarise how your previous studies cover a major part of the content of a Macquarie University Conveyancing – Law and Practice unit
of the relevant subject/s previously studied. (These course outlines should be from the relevant teaching institution).
A copy of your
for the relevant subject/s previously studied.
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