Transfer of Credit Policy

Transfer of Credit Policy

At EIMT University it is possible for the students to earn credit for prior learning or to transfer credit from another university or college they have attended.

Transfer credit is evaluated on a case-by-case basis and may not be accepted by EIMT University. The students wishing to earn transfer credit at EIMT University should contact the admissions advisors and get confirmation that EIMT University will accept the credits before the enrollment agreement is executed. The students will know exactly how many credits will transfer before the enrollment agreement is executed.

Please note that EIMT University encourages students from across the world to apply for admission in any of the degree programs at EIMT University – the courses taken at Hawaii Community Colleges are guaranteed transferability of credit to the equivalent degree-level program of study at EIMT University.

EIMT University does not guarantee transferability of credits earned at EIMT University to other educational institutions. The students should contact admissions advisors of any institution where they wish to transfer to determine if the institutions is willing to accept credits earned at EIMT University before the enrollment agreement is executed.

We advise all prospective students to contact an admissions representative / advisor with any questions or for more detail on his / her case of possible transfer of credit.

General Criteria for Transfer Credit

  1. EIMT University does not guarantee transfer of any credit until a student is accepted into a degree program.
  2. EIMT University accepts transfer credit from both US and international institutions of higher education.
  3. EIMT University encourages students from across the world to apply for admission in any of the degree programs at EIMT University – the courses taken at Community Colleges in United States are guaranteed transferability of credit to the equivalent degree-level program of study at EIMT University.
  4. Official transcript of records in a language known to the admissions advisors is required to determine the transferability of credit.
  5. Generally, the course needs to be on at least an undergraduate level for undergraduate transfer credits, and graduate level for graduate transfer credits.
  6. All transfer credits are granted on an individual basis. Experienced admissions specialists at EIMT University assess the transferability of credit based on the syllabi, content of the course completed, resp. all other necessary information required to determine the appropriate equivalency of the course and transferability of credit to EIMT University program of study.
  7. It may be determined that some courses are not eligible for transfer of credit.
  8. In case a decision is made that the applicant can't be granted any credit for the courses taken at other institutions, the applicant is required to provide admissions advisor with transcript of records from high school / secondary school, and will be accepted into the degree program based on the information provided.
  9. This Policy is effective as of January 1st, 2015, and replaces any previous versions of the Policy.

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