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work of the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (C.A.T.S.).

Council for National Academic Awards.

work of the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (C.A.T.S.).

by Council for National Academic Awards.

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    Credit transfer: The flexibility of the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme makes it possible to transfer credit awarded by the University of Cambridge through ICE to the degree programmes of other higher education providers. The volume of credit that can be transferred from ICE to a course at another institution is at the discretion of. South East England Consortium for Credit Accumulation and Transfer (SEEC)1 This report is a timely reminder of the potential importance of credit transfer at a time of increasing flexibility in learners' study patterns and the globalisation of the market for HE provision. It also serves to remind us of the work that remains to be undertaken.

    The credit system used by the OU is aligned to the national Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS). The CATS system helps you to move the credits you accumulate from one institution to another. So if you have completed some previous study at another institution, you may be able to count it towards your OU qualification. The credit accumulation and transfer scheme (CATS) All modules include some form of assessment (written coursework and/or examinations) and carry Credit Accumulation The Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (the Scheme) applies to all taught programmes in the University and all collaborative provision. 1.

    Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) is used by many universities in the United Kingdom to monitor, record and reward passage through a modular degree course and to facilitate movement between courses and institutions. The UK's interest in credit accumulation and transfer (which is detailed elsewhere in this report) pre-dated the development of the European Union's ECTS scheme (for which see below). Elsewhere in Europe, however, (e.g. in Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Slovenia, in addition to Switzerland) ECTS provided the basis and, in some cases, the.


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Work of the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (C.A.T.S.) by Council for National Academic Awards. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The CATS (Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme) points system is recognised by many UK Higher Education institutions as a method of quantifying credit for a particular course. To attain an Undergraduate degree you would need to accumulate.

Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) is used by many universities in the United Kingdom to monitor, record and reward passage through a modular degree course and to facilitate movement between courses and institutions. One credit is equivalent to 10 notional hours of study (contact time and allocation for self-study).

Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme 1. Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme. The Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (the Scheme) applies to all taught programmes in the University and all collaborative provision.

Introduction. The Scheme allows work of the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme book to qualify for awards of the University through the accumulation of credit. The Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (the Scheme) applies to all taught courses in the University and its Affiliated College, with the exception of the Bachelor of Medicine programme.

Credit points are assigned by faculties to every unit in accordance with the principles set out in the Guide and Regulations (below). Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme Except where otherwise stated, this scheme applies to programmes starting from September Students registered on programmes prior to that date will be governed by the scheme in force at the time of admission.

Definition of Credit. Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme 1. Credit (i) Credit Weighting In accordance with the Modular Initial Degree Regulations, a single modular unit of study is weighted at 10 credits and a year of full-time study is weighted at credits for Honours and General degrees and at.

Credit accumulation and transfer schemes allow students to collect credit for work already completed, if they decide to terminate their study before achieving a complete award.

If and when they resume their studies, not necessarily at the same provider, they may be able to carry forward the credits from their previous study. Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme Except where otherwise stated, this scheme applies to programmes starting from September Students registered on programmes prior to that date will be governed by the scheme in force at the time of admission.

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.

[This represents research work at doctoral level.] Credit Accumulation. Awards Framework. The University regulations for schemes of modular study provide for the award of the qualifications set out below by the accumulation of credit.

Undergraduate, graduate Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme. The Credit Accumulation and Transfer Programme (CATS) is a flexible modular programme that allows you to create a bespoke and coherent course that suits both your strengths and interests.

Extra Credit, Standalone and Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme Regulations These regulations apply to: a) students taking individual modules for credit on a standalone basis. Work will be marked using the University’s common marking scales. The passmark for the module depends on its level in the University’s Qualifications.

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 the United Kingdom, most universities use the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS). A full workload for one semester is credited with 60 CATS points, also known as Units, per year CATS.

Other countries. In many places not one system is used. A credit accumulation, exemption, recognitionand transfer (CA(ER)T) system is an arrangement wherein the diverse features of credit accumulation, exemption, recognitionand transfer are combined to enable mobility, maximum student choice and flexibility, to encourage.

Credit accumulation and transfer schemes allow students to collect credit for work already completed, if they decide to terminate their study before achieving a complete award. If and when they resume their studies, not necessarily at the previous provider, they may be able to carry forward the credits from their previous study.

Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme 2 Credit Level: An indicator of the relative demand, complexity and depth of learning and of learner autonomy. The level identifies the relative demands of learning that will be required of a learner undertaking a module of learning.

The University has developed generic Credit Level Descriptors which. Credit guidelines for HE qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. A Credit helps to make learning flexible, adaptable, valued, accessible, tailor-made, quality driven and market led.

European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System(ECTS) The currency to measure student workload in terms of notional learning time. Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme or System: CCEA Council for the Curriculum, Examinations & Assessment introduction of the UK wide Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS).

At this time much of the work was regional (supported by consortia of institutions) with. QCF Credit Accumulation and Transfer Policy Author: Head of Customer Operations.

Owner: Head of Customer Operations. Authorised by Responsible Officer. Ratified by PUKLT 02 April January Version Page 4 of 5 valid by matching the credit claimed with the qualification for which they wish to.

CNAA Credits for Change: the CNAA Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme and the Universities, London, Davidson G Credit Accumulation and Transfer in British Universities,the report of the 'CATS and Continuing Education project, UACE and .Credit accumulation A process of achieving credits over time in relation to a planned programme of study.

Credit transfer A mechanism which allows credit awarded by a higher education (HE) awarding body to be recognised, quantified and included towards the credit requirements for a programme delivered by another HE provider and/or.EXTRA CREDIT, STANDALONE AND CATS REGULATIONS VIII.

Extra Credit, Standalone and Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme Regulations. These regulations apply to: a) students taking individual modules for credit on a standalone basis. b) students taking modules for extra credit from the register of approved.