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Charles Sturt University (CSU) now recognises prior learning of certain ISTQB software testing courses from Planit for the CSU IT Masters programme!
The CSU IT Masters programme is a great opportunity for anyone who has already achieved these certifications to get a head start in their post graduate qualifications. From a testing industry point of view, it means that Masters Degree students can graduate with industry recognised workplace ready skills.
When you take and pass the ISTQB Foundation Certificate plus one relevant ISTQB Advanced course (Test Analyst, Test Manager, Automation Engineer, Security Tester), it is recognised as one subject of unspecified credit into any of the following courses:
› Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation
› Graduate Certificate in Cloud and Virtualisation
› Master of Cyber Security
› Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security
› Master of Information Systems Security
› Graduate Certificate in Info Sys Security
› Master of Business Administration (Computing)
› Graduate Certificate in Business Admin (Computing)
› Master of Management (IT)
› Graduate Certificate in Management (IT)
› Master of Networking and Systems Administration
› Graduate Certificate in Networking and Sys Admin
› Master of Project Management
› Graduate Diploma of Project Management
› Graduate Certificate in Project Management
Networking and System Admin
To find out if you are eligible for entry into these courses and/or credit, an IT Masters Degree credit and eligibility assessment needs to be done. Please contact us for more information.
CSU’s Admissions Office will advise via email if you have been accepted into the course you have applied for. Your letter of offer will advise the level of credit you have been awarded and payment/FEE-HELP procedures.
Once you received the credit, you can submit an online application to study an IT Masters course. Applicants not born in Australia should check that they meet the English Proficiency Requirements.
IT Masters runs three sessions a year and applications typically close one to two weeks before the commencement of the session. Visit the IT Masters website to see when applications close and sessions start.