At AIHE, policies are high-level documents that set out governing principles to guide practice and decision-making. Policies apply to AIHE as a whole and comply with all relevant legislation.
AIHE policies and procedures cover complaints, conduct, equity, facilities and environment, financial management, governance, health and well-being, information management, intellectual property, learning and teaching, scholarship and research matters, safety, security, staffing and student matters.
AIHE policies and procedures are mandatory for the people and areas they cover.
The Policy Framework establishes the requirements, accountability and responsibility for the development, approval, implementation, enforcement and review of AIHE policies and procedures.
We welcome you to take the time to read the following policies and procedures. They have been designed in the best interests of students and the organisation alike, to ensure the highest standard of service provision and learning outcomes possible.
Our policies and procedures are grouped and related to the following three areas:
The Policy Framework sets the standards for the development and review of policy and policy related documents at Adelaide Institute of Higher Education (AIHE), and outlines the principles for consistency in the development, review and management of policy and policy related documents.
Governance Policies and Procedures
Academic Policies and Procedures
Operational Policies and Procedures
Students may require forms for a number of administrative reasons. Unless otherwise specified, please submit all forms via email to email@example.com or at the AIHE reception on the fifth floor at 127 Rundle Mall, Adelaide. Please be aware that some forms may require additional documentation. Therefore, it is important to read all forms carefully to ensure that it is complete prior to submission.
This form is to be completed by students who wish to apply for academic credit for prior learning.
This form is used by domestic students who wish to apply for admission in the Bachelor of Business degree in AIHE.
This form is used by international students who wish to apply for admission in the Bachelor of Business degree in AIHE.
An explanation of some of the key terms used in the Letter of Offer and Acceptance of Offer forms for domestic students.
An explanation of some of the key terms used in the Letter of Offer and Acceptance of Offer forms for international students
This form is to be completed by international students as a part of their admission application stage.
This form is for any student or applicant wishing to pay their Adelaide Institute of Higher Education (AIHE) fees or charges by credit card.
This form is for AIHE students wishing to request changes to their personal information.
This form is to be completed by a student seeking to withdraw from one or more subjects in which they are enrolled at Adelaide Institute of Higher Education (AIHE) in any given study period.
This form is for a coursework student wishing to apply for Leave of Absence in accordance with AIHE’s Enrolment and Withdrawal Procedure.
This form is used to apply to vary your assessment when unexpected or extenuating circumstances impact on your performance or ability to complete your assessment tasks by/on the specified date.
This form is used to apply for a remarking an assessment item when he/she believes their assessment item has been marked incorrectly.
This form is for any student or applicant wishing to request a refund.
This form is for coursework students wishing to lodge a complaint.
This form is for coursework students wishing to appeal a decision of AIHE.
Survey form to be completed by students after each offering of a subject.
This form is completed by students to enrol in their subjects/ classes for each study period.
This form is completed by students who seek for AIHE scholarships to support students with different life experiences and stories to achieve their goals and future aspirations
Forms, Templates and Guidelines for Staff
Staff may require forms and templates for a number of administrative reasons. Guidelines have been drafted to assist staff in fulfilling their roles.
This template is to be used as a framework for making an interim evaluation of an undergraduate course.
This template is to be used as a framework for evaluating an undergraduate course once every five years
This template is to be used when AIHE engages and education agent to be its representative to perform services.
Before lodging a formal complaint, staff are requested to read carefully the Staff Grievance Policy and Procedure relating to staff grievances and/or complaints. A grievance/complaint will not be formally investigated until all efforts by the aggrieved staff member to resolve the grievance through informal processes has been exhausted.
This form is to be completed by the Subject Coordinator after each offering of the subject.