Student regulations and policies
As a student at Manukau Institute of Technology, you are required to read, understand and abide by the following regulations and policies.
Te Kawa Maiorooro
Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) is transitioning to join a single network of vocational education providers: Te Pūkenga. Te Pūkenga has developed Te Kawa Maiorooro, Te Pūkenga educational regulatory framework, which covers regulations that affect learners, like enrolment and assessment procedures, complaints, appeals and graduation processes. Te Kawa Maiorooro has not yet replaced all of MIT’s policies and procedures, so where something is not covered by Te Kawa Maiorooro, MIT’s own policies and procedures still apply.
If you have any questions about this framework, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regulations are detailed documents approved by the Te Pūkenga Council, which set out the rules governing matters affecting all students at Te Pūkenga. Regulations are binding and are reviewed regularly.
- Te Kawa Maiorooro (583.2 KB)
- Ākonga Policy (former Student Regulations) (871.5 KB)
- Student Regulations 2022 (849.3 KB)
- Student Regulations 2021 (1.4 MB)
- Student Regulations 2020 (525.6 KB)
- Student Regulations 2019 (1.2 MB)
Policies are generally more specific to MIT and how we do things here. They are approved by the Executive Director or Academic Committee. Policies provide high-level direction and guidance, establish key principles and responsibilities, set fundamental requirements and limit and allocate responsibilities. Policies are binding and are reviewed regularly. Some policies are approved by Te Pūkenga and apply at a national level.
- Ākonga Concerns and Complaints Policy (180.6 KB)
- Ākonga appeals policy (225.1 KB)
- Fee Payment Policy (AM3) (291.2 KB)
- MIT Standard Charges (152.6 KB)
- Cancellations, Withdrawals and Transfers Policy (AM4) (286.2 KB)
- Cancellations, Withdrawals and Transfers of International Students Policy (AM5) (289.4 KB)
- Intellectual Property Policy (AM10) (294.8 KB)
- Smoke-Free Policy (HR10) (462.9 KB)
- ICT1 Acceptable Use Policy (251.6 KB)
- ICT6 Information Security Policy (247.1 KB)