If you have studied abroad and taken courses at another overseas institution, you can have the course transferred to JI. The credits you earn could be counted towards graduation.
Credit Transfer Process
Credit Exemptions and Graduation Audit
The transferred credits will be counted towards the graduation requirements of JI when the Degree Audit Check is conducted, but will not be calculated towards GPA. The transferred credits will be calculated towards the graduation requirements based on credit exemption, which means the course names and codes won’t appear on the official SJTU transcripts nor in the degree audit check system at http://degree.ji.sjtu.edu.cn/
Guidelines on How to Start a New Course Evaluation
Required Documents for Course Evaluation
- Course syllabus;
- Course schedule or timetable as proof of contact hours if the course syllabus does not illustrate the actual number of contact hours;
- Lecture slides, assignments, notes, projects, presentations or other materials necessary for the evaluation.
The application will be rejected if students do not provide necessary documents.
Calculation of Contact Hours, Credits and Course Level
During the evaluation, contact hours, course credits and the course category will be calculated and determined by JI.
Only lectures and laboratory classes will be taken into account.
Exercise classes may also be counted if they are a fixed part of the course, led by the instructor and the participation is expected. Supportive evidence for the hours of exercise, excitation or tutorial classes should be provided if students want these hours to be calculated. An email with the confirmation from the course instructor may serve as a source of evidence.
Unless relevant evidence is provided in the initial request, it is assumed that students agree with the contact hours being calculated only by lecture and laboratory hours.
The number of credits calculated by JI is based on the contact hours and may be different from that awarded by the host university.
All the courses transferred back to JI and used towards graduation will be evaluated as 400 level or lower level courses.
Transcripts With Pass/Fail
Transcripts should show the course grade in letter grades. Courses graded simply as Pass/Fail are not transferable. In addition, students must receive a passing grade at the host university if they want a course to be transferred back to JI.
Credibility of the Documents and Materials
All documents, materials and information students provide in the credit transfer process should be authentic and original. Any suspected behaviors will be reported to the Honor Council and the Undergraduate Committee.
Once the result of a course evaluation is available, you will receive an email notification. If you want to change your email registered in BPM, please contact the IT office (firstname.lastname@example.org) before starting the credit transfer process.
Students are allowed to appeal the results within 72 hours upon receiving the results.
Course Equivalent Database: https://app.ji.sjtu.edu.cn/equivalence/index
To start a new Courses Evaluation: http://bpm.umji.sjtu.edu.cn/
Degree audit check system: http://degree.ji.sjtu.edu.cn/
Sample Study Plans for Studying Abroad
Sample Study Plan for ME Major
- In order to take Vm250 in the spring term of Year 2, Vm020 must have been taken in the preceding fall term.
- To spend a semester abroad in the Year 3, take either Vm382 or Vm240 and Vm250 in the spring term of Year 2.
- To go abroad in the Senior year, make sure that Vm495 is taken in the Junior year.
Sample Study Plan for ECE Major
- When going abroad in the summer of Year 3, taking Ve216 in the spring of year 2 is important since it is a prerequisite for many further courses.