We may terminate your registration if you, or a third-party on your behalf “is found to have provided untrue or inaccurate information, or to have omitted information during the application process.
Office of the Independent Adjudicator
You have a right of appeal on the following grounds:
a) there is new evidence that could not have been, or for good reason was not, made available at the time of the decision, and the case warrants further consideration;
b) evidence can be produced of significant procedural error on the part of the College in terminating your studies, and the case warrants further consideration.
The Vice-Principal (Education), or nominee, has discretion to take into account grounds (including grounds of compassion) other than those stated above in deciding whether to allow an appeal to be heard.
Any request for an appeal must be submitted on the appropriate form to the Head of Student Conduct & Appeals in writing within 14 days of the date of the decision. Appeals received after this deadline will only be accepted at the discretion of the Vice-Principal (Education).
The Vice-Principal (Education) or their nominee, will normally advise the student of their decision on the appeal within 20 working days of receipt. The student will be notified in writing as to whether their appeal has been upheld or not.
When all internal procedures are complete, students may request an independent review of their case by the OIA, if they remain dissatisfied with the university’s final outcome. Provided the complaint is eligible under the rules of the OIA’s complaints scheme, the OIA will look at whether King's has applied its regulations properly and followed its procedures correctly. It also considers whether any decision made by the King's was fair and reasonable in all the circumstances.