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Replacement of enrolment plans with transcripts
Replacement of enrolment plans with transcripts

The replacement of enrolment plans with transcripts and the changes involved

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Written by Nicholas Merican
Updated over a week ago

This article explains why and how we are deprecating enrolment plans, and replacing them with transcripts. Please note that this article is only relevant if you are using enrolment plans.

Why are enrolment plans being replaced with transcripts?

Currently, enrolment plans represent the courses that candidates want to study and for which they plan to enrol, whereas transcripts display what students actually study and contain their grades and attendance. It was thought that this separation between the two stages in the process would be useful, but it has proved confusing and difficult to manage so we are now replacing the use of enrolment plans with transcripts.

How will the replacement of enrolment plans with transcripts take effect and what do I need to do?

In the upcoming days, a migration will be performed which will replace enrolment plans with transcripts.

From this point onwards, enrolment plans will no longer exist, and you will need to use transcripts instead.

All existing profile enrolment plans will be recreated as transcripts, whereby all of the courses on a profile's enrolment plan will be added as registered courses to the newly created profile transcript.

What does a transcript look like and how do I use it compared to enrolment plans?

Please find an example below of an enrolment plan and a transcript.

Profile enrolment plan

Profile transcript

As you can see enrolment plans simply contain a subset of the information that transcripts have, and working with transcripts is just like working with a different view of the courses that students are enrolling for. Please find more information on working with profile transcripts in the following article -

More information

Please find more information regarding the set in the articles in the following help centre collection -

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