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Letters of Permission

If you are a continuing UVic student and you would like to take one or more courses at another post secondary institution for possible transfer credit at UVic you need to obtain a letter of permission from you academic adviser.

If you cannot get into a course required for your program at UVic and there is an evaluated equivalent at another institution you may request a letter of permission to take the course. Please visit your adviser to request a letter of permission and to make sure that UVic recognizes the transfer credit.


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