Credit Accumulation and Transfer Systems (CATS) Conference, University of Derby, 15-19 June 1998
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Published by University of Derby in Derby .
Written in English


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ContributionsUniversity of Derby.
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Pagination236p. ;
Number of Pages236
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Open LibraryOL16301456M

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The ECTS grading scale is a grading system defined in the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) framework by the European many grading systems co-exist in Europe and, considering that interpretation of grades varies considerably from one country to another, if not from one institution to another, the ECTS grading scale has been developed to provide . GOVERNMENT has harmonised the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Systems making it easy for students to accumulate credits in one institution and transfer to another, a Cabinet Minister said.   The European Credit Transfer System - or, more precisely, the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System - makes studying across the European Higher Education Area much more comparable. A system of credits means one course or module is worth the same at any university. The system helps students study and live in different European nations. Adam, Stephen, International Seminar Credit Accumulation and Transfer Systems, Leiria November Report of the General Rapporteur. The starting point for this book is the currently.

The Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) Policy is critical to the development of an equitable4 higher education system that facilitates access to mobility and progression within Quality Assurance Councils in accordance with the NQF Act. In this section we provide a brief overview of the policy context in which Credit Accumulation and Transfer (CAT) schemes have developed and operate in. Credit-based learning is advocated as an essential part of an inclusive education system and support for credit systems is found throughout the widening participation discourse. Ireland Credit Accumulation and Transfer system (NICATS) and the Southern England Consortium for Credit Accumulation and Transfer (SEEC). Other systems, such as the United States of America, makes extensive use of local and national credit systems, but do not have an NQF at all. Nevertheless, the notion of CA(ER)T. This booklet is an output of the EU-ACP EDULINK supported Project on “Strengthening Capacity of Universities in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa to offer Quality Graduate Programmes – Grant ID: 9ACP RPR 12#33”.

Credit transfer means the vertical, horizontal or diagonal transfer of credits towards a qualification or part qualification on the same or different level, usually between different programmes, departments or institutions. A credit accumulation and transfer (CAT) system means an arrangement whereby. Commission for University Education - Home. Credit transfer systems across EU-ASEAN 19 4 Obstacles to student mobility in the ASEAN region, lessons learned from surveys 20 5 Moving forward 22 6 References 25 7 Appendix I - Comparison of systems within ASEAN and with Europe (source UNESCO) 27 8 Appendix II – DATA iv Figures Figure 1 – Credit Transfer System across ASEAN and. The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a tool of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) for making studies and courses more transparent and thus helping to enhance the quality of higher education. ECTS was instituted in , within the Erasmus programme, as a way of transfer-ring credits that students earned during.