Extension studies

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In education, extension studies can mean:

  • first-year university subjects taken as part of a students (Victorian Certificate of Education).
  • complementary studies taken in addition to the mandatory courses.
  • Harvard University has a degree in Extension Studies that reflects a part-time on campus or partially online option of study - http://www.extension.harvard.edu/degrees-certificates

Extension studies appear on a students ENTER as a sixth study,[1] in a similar manner to Vocational Education and Training units being undertaken by year 12 students.


  1. ^ ENTER, Melbourne University

External links

  • VCAA
  • Monash University
  • University of Melbourne Extension Program
  • VU program, archived.

See also

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