Can I apply for a review?
Once a local and then formal resolution have been obtained under the policy, you need to identify whether the decision you wish to have reviewed is a ‘reviewable decision’.
A decision will be ‘reviewable’ if it falls under one of the following categories:
- General misconduct decision
A general misconduct decision is a decision made by an Authorised Officer or University staff member pursuant to the Student General Misconduct Regulations 2012.
- Academic misconduct decision
An academic misconduct decision is a decision made by an Authorised Officer or University staff member pursuant to the Student Academic Misconduct Regulations 2012.
- Reviewable administrative decision
A reviewable administrative decision is a final decision made in response to a complaint.
- Student unsatisfactory progress decision
A student unsatisfactory progress decision is a decision made under the progress review provisions in the Academic Progress Policy.
- Deemed refusal
A deemed refusal is a decision, which a student has applied for but after 21 working days has not been made by the University, and if it had been made it would have affected the applicant in their capacity as a student.
How do I apply for review?