Statutes and Regulations and their Application

The University of Auckland academic statutes and regulations govern admission, enrolment and progress, academic credit, programmes and named doctorates, limitations on entry to courses, fees and examinations.

Statutes and Regulations and their Application

The following guidelines outline how the regulations and statutes in the Calendar are typically applied. The University reserves the right to introduce new and/or change regulations or statutes and/or to change the content of courses should the circumstances require.

Statute or Regulations

Application

 

Academic Statutes and Regulations

Admission Regulations

Credit Regulations

Enrolment and Programme Regulations

Examination Regulations

Fees Statute

The Limitation of Entry Statute

Limitations Schedule

 

 

Academic Statutes and/or Regulations apply each year to all students, unless exceptions are approved.

 

Academic Statutes and Regulations

General Regulations – Bachelors Honours Postgraduate Degrees

General Regulations – Masters Degrees

General Regulations – Named Doctorates

General Regulations – Postgraduate Certificates

General Regulations – Postgraduate Diplomas

 

 

General Regulations apply to students from the academic year in which the student commenced their qualification, unless exceptions are approved.

 

Qualification regulations

 

Qualification regulations apply to students from the academic year in which the student commenced their qualification, unless a change to a subsequent set of regulations for an individual student, or an exception, is approved.

 

 

PhD Statute

 

A new PhD Statute will apply to students who commence their PhD following its introduction, or who transfer to it. Other students will remain under the Statute that was in place when they commenced their PhD.

 

 

Course prescriptions, prerequisites, corequisites and restrictions

 

Course prescriptions, prerequisites, corequisites and restrictions apply to all students in the year of their enrolment in the relevant course.

 

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