The integrity of the SCD academic process requires that academic misconduct be identified, discouraged and disciplined. This policy is concerned with academic misconduct on the part of current or previous students.
Policies and Procedures
At Sydney College of Divinity, we maintain strong internal policies. Our policies are drafted in line with the framework on higher education and research provided by the Australian government. Sydney College of Divinity policies are listed here in the interest of transparency.
This procedure document lists the appeals procedure for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students and research degree candidates.
The statement provides the object, application, definition, operation and principles of the Code.
The Policy ensures compliance with the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code (as amended 2018).
This policy allows that ethics clearance may be given on the basis of the CUO or CUB rather than individually for each student.
The procedures define the process for domestic and international students. Applications are processed in-line with the SCD Credit and RPL Policy.
This policy relates to critical incidents directly involving staff and/or students on any SCD campus that have an impact on the individual and members of the college community.
The Policy lays down the guidelines for admission into an English Sydney College of Divinity undergraduate, postgraduate (coursework) and postgraduate (research) course.
The Policy lays down the guidelines for admission into a Korean Sydney College of Divinity undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework) course.
Listed are the guidelines as research involving living human subjects must ensure it protects the welfare and rights of the participants.
The policy is aligned with the requirements of the Higher Education Standards 2015 (HES B.1.1.3 and HES 6.1.4) on free intellectual inquiry.
The policy is aligned with the requirements of the Higher Education Standards 2015, as amended following the The French Report, March 2019.
The policy and procedures address matters related to the health and wellbeing of students in particular and staff in general.
The Policy sets out the principles which guide the development of a quality library and ensures equitable access for students using the library.
The regulation defines the broad conditions of use for students using the Sydney College of Divinity libraries across all its teaching colleges.