Also known as data-rich micro-credentials, EduBits give you the opportunity to be assessed by Otago Polytechnic, one of New Zealand's leading tertiary education institutions in partnership with industry leaders. Once awarded an EduBit credential, the micro-credential will be issued for use on your CV, social sharing, LinkedIn or other online profiles. EduBits do not award academic credits towards qualifications*.
If you're not successful we will advise you where you didn't meet the assessment criteria. If there are minor gaps in your evidence, you may be given 10 working days to resubmit further evidence at no charge as identified in the feedback from the assessor. If there are major gaps in the evidence submitted, you would be required to pay again and submit a new assessment containing further evidence as identified in the feedback from the assessor.
If you'd like to learn more about EduBits or have questions about how the assessment process works, then visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
*An EduBit is awarded when an applicant successfully meets specific assessable outcomes but academic credit towards formal qualifications is not awarded. Tertiary providers may credit EduBits after reviewing and mapping the content assessed in each EduBit against outcomes from course/s within a formal qualification.