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    Provincial Councils on Credit Transfer Expand Agreement to Enhance Student Mobility across Canada

    June 8, 2017 TORONTO – The provincial councils responsible for facilitating credit transfer activities across Canada are signing an expanded Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance student mobility across their jurisdictions and across the country. The signing of the MoU was celebrated at the PCCAT’s Annual Conference, where pathway initiatives and research, and ongoing collaborations among postsecondary institutions, were honoured as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary. Seven provincial...

    ARUCC PCCAT Guide has Arrived!

    Announcing the launch of the ARUCC PCCAT Transcript and Transfer Guide The Association of Registrars of the Universities of Canada (ARUCC) and the Pan-Canadian Consortium on Admissions and Transfer (PCCAT) are pleased to announce the launch of the national ARUCC PCCAT Transcript and Transfer Guide (the “Guide”), available online at the ARUCC website. The Guide provides registrarial and pathway practitioners and policy developers a Transcript Standards search and a Glossary search, best practice...

    Report Release and Project Announcement

    Report release and Project Announcement  ARUCC PCCAT TRANSCRIPT AND TRANSFER CREDIT NOMENCLATURE STUDY AN EXAMINATION OF CURRENT PRACTICES AT CANADIAN POSTSECONDARY ORGANIZATIONS October 20, 2014 In June 2014, the Pan-Canadian Consortium on Admissions & Transfer and the Association of Registrars of the Universities & Colleges of Canada released the phase one report for the ARUCC/PCCAT National Project Transcript Guidelines and Transfer Credit Nomenclature Study:...

    Provincial Councils on Credit Transfer to sign Memorandum

    This news article submitted by ONCAT Provincial Councils on Credit Transfer to sign Memorandum of Understanding to Enhance Student Mobility in Canada TORONTO, October 15, 2014  ̶  Provincial councils responsible for facilitating credit transfer activities in Alberta, BC, New Brunswick, and Ontario are signing a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance student mobility across their jurisdictions and on a pan-Canadian basis.   The MoU formalizes the intent of the Alberta Council on...