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The Articulation Policy sets out the purpose, scope, and values that underpin articulation pathways at Massey University including the principles that underpin the development and application of an Articulation Register.
The procedures describe the circumstances and conditions under which a Massey University qualification or specialisation, that is alternative to the qualification or specialisation in which the student was enrolled, may be awarded.
Please note that from 2011 this document has been replaced by Student Disciplinary Regulations. This is available in the University Calendar.
The purpose of this policy is to state Massey University’s commitment to attracting and supporting students from diverse social, economic and cultural backgrounds by providing additional assistance to groups in the community who are under-represented in the University or who are disadvantaged in terms of their ability to attend University.
Ensures that all offerings of the same paper in a given academic year are equivalent so that the coherence of Massey University qualifications is maintained, and no individual student or group of students is advantaged or disadvantaged as a result of their study mode or location during the year.
Graduating Year Review (GYR) is the name of the moderation process directed by the Committee for University Academic Programmes (CUAP). All New Zealand universities are required to conduct a formal review of new qualifications generally within three years of the first cohort of students graduating. These Procedures outline the process to follow to conduct a GYR in order to meet CUAP requirements.
The Qualifications Policy sets out the overall requirements for the design, approval, implementation, delivery, and review of qualifications at Massey University. The Qualifications Framework sets out how Massey University will incorporate the principles outlined in the Qualifications Policy into deliverable qualifications.
These Procedures are to monitor the Massey University qualification portfolio and evidence qualifications and specialisations that receive no enrolments or low enrolments.
Ensures that the quality of the student learning experience is enhanced by embedding effective student engagement in University processes.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the information provided to current and prospective students about papers, their delivery, and the use of digital resources supports their decision-making, learning and engagement.
To ensure that the University is compliant with the requirements of the Tertiary Education Commission in regard to course related student travel overseas.
Sets out the procedures to apply when a grade is to be withheld due to exceptional circumstances.
The purpose of these procedures is to provide an overview of the Massey Online Survey Tool (MOST) including its functions and outputs.
These documents establish the rights and responsibilities when scholarly work and student work are recorded and distributed for teaching, learning and research purposes, and provide detail on the supporting framework that ensures relevant legislative and policy requirements are achieved.
The purpose of this Policy is to provide a framework for staff regarding the development of academic integrity as a core value for students, and for the management of allegations of breaches of academic integrity by students.
Fosters the fair, speedy, and informal resolution of disputes at Massey University, and an academic culture which will prevent such grievances.
To ensure that Massey University manages the risk associated with the subcontracting of teaching activity to other tertiary providers.
Subcontracting of Teaching Activity Policy (108 KB)
This policy outlines a coordinated approach to the planning and delivery of Summer School offerings.
Identifies the University’s learning and teaching ethos and clarifies how this is enacted at the University.
These procedures detail the process to follow when a decision has been made to close or significantly change a qualification/specialisation.
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Last updated on Wednesday 06 June 2018