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  • Information Security PolicyThis policy and procedure details the University's approach to managing Information Security and informs students, employees, contractors and other third parties of their responsibilities.
  • Intellectual Property PolicyThis policy and procedure states the principles for the exploitation and other use of Intellectual Property in the outcomes of the research and teaching activities of staff members in the course of employment.
  • International Students - Completion within Expected Duration of Study PolicyThis policy and procedure has been established to ensure compliance with the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007.
  • International Students Release PolicyThis policy and procedure outlines the conditions for approval of a Release Letter where international students wish to transfer to another provider following completion of the first six calendar months or at least one full standard semester of their principal course.
  • Investment PolicyThis policy establishes an approved framework and asset allocation strategy for investments.