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University Credit

The Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC) is recognised nationally and internationally by various institutions for credit towards undergraduate and/or graduate study. Check with your individual institution to whether they will recognise your AKC study.

Tabor College of Higher Education

The Tabor College of Higher Education recognises Australian Kodály Certificate (AKC) courses for undergraduate and postgraduate study.

Applicants to the Master of Education degree who have completed a 3-year AKC will receive 12 Credit Points of advanced standing (equivalent to one Elective subject). Furthermore, if the applicant also has an undergraduate teaching degree, they can receive an additional 24 Credit Points of advanced standing (equivalent to completing 2 Elective subjects).

Tabor also recognises each level of the AKC as RPL (recognised prior learning) in their bachelor degree level. One level is equivalent to 1 elective subject in the current BA (Music Major) degree.

For more information or questions, please contact Dr Janelle Fletcher.

Dr. Janelle Fletcher
Head of Music
Tabor College of Higher Education
P   08 8373 8777
E   jfletcher@adelaide.tabor.edu.au

Australian Kodály Certificate

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