The specific academic qualifications, skills knowledge and other requirements that an Applicant must satisfy in order to be eligible for admission into a particular program.
A certificate, diploma, degree, graduate certificate or graduate diploma, including an honorary award and a double-badged award, conferred by the University at a graduation ceremony
The moral code of academia. It involves using, generating and communicating information in an ethical, honest and responsible manner
The series of courses in which a student enrols and which, when completed, will lead to conferral of a designated academic award
academic program rules
The formally approved Program requirements that students must follow in order to successfully progress through and graduate from a Program - see Academic Program Rules
academic progress status
Academic Progress Status is the risk status given to a student to indicate their risk level in accordance with clause 2a, 2b and 2c of the Academic Progress by Coursework Students Policy
Refers to the teaching, research/scholarship, the exercise of creative performance and/or professional skills and includes but is not limited to words, data, music, computer code, algorithms or computer code data, calculations, artistic and architectural works, film, video, digital or electronic media designs or ideas, interpretations, computer software, designs, sounds, images, photographs in print or electronic media.
The period from the start of Semester 1 to the end of the End of Year examinations, as marked on the annual Academic Year Dates website
As defined in the Enterprise Agreement: School, Faculty, Division or Branch
Refers to: means Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Vice Presidents; Pro Vice-Chancellors; Executive Deans; Executive Director, Human Resources;
Chief Executive, External Relations (and a person acting
in these positions); and Institute Directors, as defined in the University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement 2017-2021.
A formal agreement between the University and a third party that enables students to progress from completed qualification to another with Credit in a defined pathway.
Knowledge that it is assumed a student will have before commencing a Course. Teaching in the Course will proceed on the assumption that students enrolled in the Course have such knowledge.
Australian Tertiary Admission Rank and is used to determine the eligibility of
students who have completed an Australian year 12 qualification for an admission offer and to
rank them for merit-based selection.
see academic award