Transition of students from other study programs is possible without taking the entrance exam, or state graduation exam, provided that no more than 10 years has passed since the student last took the tests.

The student who has been granted transition from another study program may apply for acknowledgment of exams passed within their former study program, whereby they are required to comply with the Statute of the College which stipulates that students are acknowledged those exams the content of which coincides to the extent of at least 70% with the content of the equivalent course at Aspira. If the ratio is lower than 70%, the course professor may make a decision to acknowledge only a part of the exam.

Moreover, students may be acknowledged courses passed at their former college as electives at Aspira College.