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University credits for Algorithmics (HESS)
« on: August 15, 2019, 11:21:21 pm »
Monash University https://www.monash.edu/it/future-students/vce-algorithmics
  • At Monash University Students who have successfully completed VCE Algorithmics will receive credit for 2 first year units when they enrol with the Faculty of Information Technology: Credit for FIT1045 Introduction to Algorithms and Programming Credit for one Information Technology 1st year Elective This credit effectively amounts to 50% of one semester load. With overloading students may be able to accelerate their degree by 1/2 year (1 unit overload for 2 semesters). On the basis of this credit students can enter straight into some Level 2 units.
    In addition to the above credits, the Faculty of IT grants ATAR increments to students that have successfully completed VCE Algorithmics on the same level that is given for Specialist Mathematics.

Swinburne University https://www.swinburne.edu.au/study/course/bachelor-of-computer-science-professional/
  • If you’ve studied VCE Units 3 and 4 Algorithmics (HESS), you can gain exemption from two units of this course – the core unit, Computer Logic and Essentials, and one elective unit.

University of Melbourne https://handbook.unimelb.edu.au/2019/subjects/comp20003/eligibility-and-requirements
  • Algorithms and Data Structures (COMP20003) ELIGIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS Prerequisites Admission to the Master of Engineering (Software) or (Software/business) programs OR 25 points of university-level mathematics* and one of the following: VCE Algorithmics units ¾, *Students entering COMP20003 through VCE Algorithmics can take mathematics requirements concurrently.
    COMP20006 Programming the Machine