Accreditation for Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

APEL is a systematic process that involves the identification, documentation and assessment of prior experiential learning to determine the extent to which you have achieved the desired learning outcomes for access to a programme of study or for award of academic credits.

Get to know APEL (A) and (C) processes at CCE UNIRAZAK and choose the best plan for you.

APEL (A) enables access or admission to your programme of choice through assessment of your prior experiential learning with portfolio and aptitude test as the key instrument to evaluate your eligibility for enrolment at UNIRAZAK

APEL (A) Entry Requirements
Malaysian citizen
Minimum age requirements with relevant work experience
Diploma – 20 years old
Degree – 21 years old
Master – 30 years old *with STPM/Diploma/A-Level/equivalent

NOTE: Any qualifications with non MQA-accredited diploma with the duration of more than 2 years or 90 credit hours is acceptable
• Pass the APEL (A) core assessments: aptitude test and portfolio 

APEL (A) Advantages
Provides an alternative entry to further your studies through significant consideration of work experiences than academic qualifications
Reduces redundant learning
Shortens time to complete studies
Helps boost long-term career objectives
Facilitates change in your career trajectory
APEL (A) Process

APEL (C) awards academic credits for your prior experiential learning through assessment of cumulative knowledge and skills gained from informal and non-formal means with portfolio or challenge test as the key instrument against specified learning outcomes for any course exemptions in the programme enrolled at UNIRAZAK

APEL (C) Entry Requirements
Malaysian or non-Malaysian citizen
No minimum age requirements with accumulated knowledge in relevant courses or programmes
Pass the APEL (C) core assessments: challenge test or portfolio

NOTE: Credit transfer is allowed at a maximum of 30 percent from total credit hours 

APEL (C) Entry Requirements
Acknowledges learning acquired through work experiences and courses or programmes attended
Shortens time to complete studies
Reduces redundant learning
Encourages lifelong learning
APEL (C) Process
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