Academic credits are a standard used by universities to measure and assess your work and effort, generally on a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD programme. If you can use the academic …
Most microcredentials are worth 10-15 UK credits, 4-6 ECTS, or 2-3 US credits. You can find the exact number of credits on each microcredential page.
Microcredentials are accredited, online credentials designed to help you build specialised skills relevant to your career. They offer valuable learning without the time and cost commitment of a full degree. …
The specific support available will depend on the university partner offering the microcredential, so please see their website for more information.
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