University of Washington's transfer credit policy, the university accepts credits earned at institutions fully accredited by their regional accrediting association for colleges and universities, as long as the credits were earned through university-level courses relevant to the student's degree program.
Accepting transfer credits is the decision made by the institution. The university committee has the right to not accept graduate transfer credits. Listed below are examples of some universities that don’t accepts any credits for their graduate program.
Yes, as a transfer student you will be eligible for the financial aid and scholarships offered by the university that are for normal graduate students. Some universities even offer specific scholarships for graduate students. For example, the University of Maryland offers Transfer Merit Scholarships specially for transfer students.
It's not a common scenario but it is possible. Whether or not credits earned outside of a degree program will transfer into a degree program depends on the particular courses taken and whether or not a student's prospective graduate school deems the coursework appropriate and equivalent to coursework within their program. Students who earn a B or higher in non-degree classes can submit a transfer credit request to their school and see if they are granted credit.
If you are transferring to a similar program for example you are studying computer science but would like to switch to Master's program in Data science or machine Learning, you might be able to get those credits because the initial few courses might be very similar. You should also be able to justify why you want to transfer from Course A to Course B.
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