Take the next step: TAFE to FedUni

Your TAFE qualification is the perfect platform to launch into one of our exciting degrees and invest in your future career.

Expand your horizons with the breadth of a FedUni generalist degree, or pursue an area of interest with the intensity and depth of a career-specific program. Our degrees are practical, productive and purposeful. You will learn to be agile, think critically and creatively, and to communicate effectively. You will make friends and broaden your professional network — many degrees offer professional placement or work-integrated learning opportunities.

Are you eligible for credit?

Having completed a TAFE program, you may be eligible for credit into a degree within a similar field of study. Below is a list of some of our more popular pathways, and an indication of likely credit.

TAFE qualificationDegree Possible credit points
Diploma of Community Services
Up to 12 months
Diploma of Alcohol and Other Drugs
Up to 12 months
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Up to 105 credit points (of 480)
Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing
Up to 12 months
Diploma of Graphic Design
Up to 12 months
Diploma of Nursing
12 months
Certificate IV in Nursing
Up to 6 months
Diploma of Digital Media Technologies
Diploma of Information Technology
Up to 75 credit points (of 360)
Diploma of Conservation and Land Management
Up to 12 months
Certificate IV in Food Science and Technology
Case by case
Diploma of Engineering (Technical)
( MEM50212)
Up to 12 months
Diploma of Business
Diploma of Business Administration
Diploma/Adv. Diploma of Leadership and Management
Diploma of Project Management
Advanced Diploma of Management (HR)
Up to 12 months

See more information regarding credit

Keep in mind that while completion of a Certificate level program may not earn credit towards a degree, in many cases a TAFE certificate may satisfy entry requirements. Check the Coursefinder for all entry requirements into your degree.

What's next?

If you are thinking about studying a degree next year, you will have lots of questions.

Which course?

See information about all of our courses and programs


Find out how to apply. (Register as a new domestic/international applicant).


All you need to know about higher education fees

NB: The Student Contribution amount payable per annum can be found in the fees tab of the coursefinder entry for the course you are interested in. For example, check the Fees section for the Bachelor of Community and Human Services.


Interested in some free money? Check if you are eligible for any scholarships, bursaries or grants

Study mode

Most of our degrees have some component of flexibility with their delivery. To find out about the delivery options for the program you are interested in, check the ‘Locations’ section at the top of the Course Finder entry for that course.


FedUni’s Childcare Centres will let you get on with your study.

Student support

Student Support Services will help you to get the most out of your time as a student.


Need somewhere to stay while you are studying? Check out our accommodation options

Need more information?

Contact us to answer your questions