Policies under review
The following policies are being reviewed or are due for review within the next 6 months.
Academic Progress by Coursework Students Policy
This policy describes the ways in which the University identifies students who are not making satisfactory academic progress and therefore considered at risk by the University. It outlines the measure...
Acknowledgement of the Kaurna People and their Land at Significant University Events Policy
The Adelaide Plains of South Australia are home to the Kaurna Aboriginal people. The Kaurna people lived on this land for many thousands of years and were made up of independent groups living within t...
Admissions to Coursework Programs Policy
This policy sets out the University of Adelaide's approach to the selection of applicants for admission to coursework programs. It reflects the University's commitment to the highest academic standard...
Admissions to Research Programs Policy
This policy sets out the University of Adelaide's approach to the selection of applicants for admission to research programs. It reflects the University's commitment to the highest academic standards ...
Assessment for Coursework Programs Policy
Assessment is a core academic activity and an essential component of the learning process. Its main purposes are to encourage student learning, to make judgements about student achievements, and to mo...
Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship Policy
This Policy relates to Commonwealth Government funding provided to the University of Adelaide to support Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships.
The purpose of the policy is to ensure the University benefits from the consistent and coherent promotion of the University's brand and to minimise risk from the misuse of the brand.
Code of Conduct Policy
This Code of Conduct is intended to guide University of Adelaide staff and titleholders to identify issues of ethical conduct that may arise in their employment or association with the University. It...
Contracts and Agreements Policy
The University contracts with a wide range and large number of third parties (organisations or individuals), creating legal relationships that range from simple procurement transactions to complex int...
Coursework Academic Programs Policy
The University of Adelaide (hereafter the University) offers coursework academic programs leading to awards which comply with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). This policy sets out the re...
- Credit Risk Management Policy
The University of Adelaide fosters a culture that values and encourages research translation by staff and students and accordingly, encourages partnerships with industry, entrepreneurs, governments an...
- Endowment Fund Policy
Externally-Funded Researcher Support Policy
Research Fellows and Grant Funded Researchers play a vital role in the University, and contribute to a vibrant research culture that characterises our research-intensive institution. The purpose of th...
Fees for Award Programs and Courses Policy
To ensure a breadth of postgraduate program offerings beyond those supported by the Commonwealth, the University charges tuition fees for some programs.
This policy describes the principles, proces...
Financial Management Policy and Procedures
The University has been entrusted with public and private funds to fulfil its mission of learning and teaching, research and community engagement. In carrying out activities to support its mission, th...
- Foreign Exchange Risk Management Policy
Freedom of Information Policy
The University of Adelaide is a body established for a public purpose and an "agency" under the Freedom of Information Act 1991 ("the FOI Act"). Members of the public have a right of access to docume...
- Funding from the Tobacco Industry Policy
Engagement with and support from the broader community - locally, nationally and internationally - is essential for the University to continue to be recognised as a great research and teaching univers...