Using RPL allows the student to avoid unnecessary repetition of what has been previously studied and to focus primarily on developing new skills and knowledge. With RPL, a student can save both time and money.
Although the preparation, submission and processing of RPL applications are electronic for the user's convenience and take place in the RPL environment of the learning information system, we strongly recommend that the applicant contact the head of curriculum at the current institute for advice before filing the application for RPL.
When preparing the RPL application and gathering supporting documents, an applicant must remember to include full documentation of all previous study which has been completed and/or evidence of relevant work experience.
An applicant must familiarize oneself with the EUAS RPL requirements, especially with the requirements for the application and supporting materials. We urge the applicant to remember that it is essential to indicate whether the previous studies and work experience correspond to the learning outcomes of the EUAS curriculum or its part. To take into account the work experience and what the applicant has learned independently, a self-analysis report needs to be prepared, for which the form and required list of acceptable supporting materials can be found here.
The application for RPL must be submitted by the deadline specified in the academic calendar. An applicant must make sure to plan accordingly so that there is enough time in hand to prepare the RPL application. An application is forwarded for evaluation only after all necessary documents have been submitted. The evaluation and notification of the results to the applicant could take 30-60 days from the deadline for submitting RPL applications specified in the academic calendar.