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Recognition

Trinity qualifications are assessed to the same standards across approximately 60 countries by trained panels of examiners who work internationally to ensure the consistent application of criteria and procedures.

Trinity’s academic and operational staff, who are based at a head office in London, oversee the running of examination sessions and have responsibility for the quality assurance of assessment processes and syllabuses. This work is scrutinised, monitored and reviewed by a number of regulatory authorities worldwide which aim to ensure the quality of education and examinations within their respective countries.

In Australia, most tertiary institutions recognize Trinity grades and diplomas as awards assisting applicants to gain entry. A large number of universities now provide additional bonus points for entry upon successful completion of Trinity diplomas.

In Queensland, Trinity grades (from Grade 5) and diplomas are included on students’ Queensland Certificate of Education.

In Victoria, Students who have successfully completed Grade 7 or above of certain Trinity College London examinations may obtain one unit of ‘unspecified credit’ at Unit 1 or Unit 2 level toward the VCE.

In South Australia, practical music examinations are recognised from Grades 5-8 on the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) from the SACE Board of SA.

In Tasmania, Trinity’s awards are recognised by the Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification for inclusion on the Tasmanian Certificate of Education.

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, Trinity is recognised by the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual), the Welsh Assembly Government and Northern Ireland Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA).

Australian Music Association Membership

Trinity College London is duly qualified and has been elected and admitted by the Executive Committee to the Australian Music Association and is hereby declared a member, entitled to the rights and privileges contained in the Article of Association and By-laws.

Music Australia Membership

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