The purpose of this policy is to provide specific date information to assist the USQ community.
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To provide information on Semester 6 Academic Calendar for Northern Hemisphere partners only
To provide direction about Academic Standing, Progression and Exclusion
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines in regard to accessing student information held at the university.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance to academic and administrative employees who admit students.
To provide information and guidance about appeals.
To provide guidance on assessment
To provide guidance on award eligibility and graduation
To provide guidance on Awards and Prizes
To provide information and guidance on Bachelor Degrees with Honours
The University’s aim is to provide fair and consistent policies and procedures for resolution of complaints by students of the University.
To provide guidance about courses.
To provide definitions of terms used within Academic policies
To provide information and guidance on the Doctor of Philosophy
The University uses electronic methods of communication to keep in regular contact with its students and to deliver important information. This includes the delivery of formal communications from the University such as information about particular legislative requirements or entitlements, specific actions that must be taken by students or information about important events in the University calendar such as graduations and enrolment.
To provide information and guidance on student support to recognised Elite Athletes.
To provide information and guidance on enrolment at USQ
This document has been prepared to provide information regarding research higher degrees examination procedures. It is not an attempt to cover every detail of the administrative procedure but it does seek to meet a perceived need for information relating to practical details regarding handling and administrative procedures.
To provide information and guidance on the extension of time with the payment of fees
The guidelines are also intended to ensure the rational development of postgraduate fee-paying provision while, at the same time, protecting postgraduate course provision for certain HECS-liable students.
The purpose of this guideline is to provide direction for academic employees in relation to the preparation of dissertations.
To provide guidance on handling personal student information
To support the resolution of complaints through a grievance process which encourages informal resolution, where possible, through an expeditious and confidential process and access to formal internal or external mediation if required.
These regulations apply to the award of (earned) higher doctorates to graduates on the basis of work submitted by a graduate for such an award. The regulations do not apply to the award of honorary higher doctorates which the Council may confer in accordance with its policy “Honorary Awards and Titles Conferred by Council”.
To provide a template for a Letter of Release
To provide a template for the letter of release not supported
To provide information and guidance on the Master of Philosophy
To provide guidance on the minimum standards of support for research higher degree students
OS-HELP provides financial assistance to eligible students, who are normally based in Australia, to undertake part of their course of study overseas.
To provide information and guidance on the Award of Degrees Posthumously
To provide information and guidance on fee-paying undergraduate programs for domestic students
To provide information on Academic, Non-Award and Enabling Programs
The purpose of this procedure is intended to clarify the extent to which external paid assistance may be involved in the preparation of the final version of a thesis
The purpose of this procedure is to assist students who require identification for authenticating USQ initiated activities.
To provide guidance to students on the matter of academic misconduct.
a campus environment which is conducive to successful tertiary study.
To provide a framework for dealing with allegations of general misconduct committed by students
These guidelines outline both students’ reasonable expectations of the University as well as the responsibilities expected by the University of its students. It draws into a coherent document many of the principles outlined in the University’s various policies, procedures and guidelines. In each case, the relevant policy is hyperlinked.