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If you have an issue, complaint, or want to make a protected disclosure about wrongdoing within a New Zealand university
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Message from Universities NZ to university staff and students

To raise an issue or make a complaint or protected disclosure about wrongdoing at a New Zealand university, then please complete this form.
Please note:
• Universities New Zealand has the statutory authority to investigate and act upon issues relating to the quality and integrity of qualifications offered at New Zealand universities. Please see our website for more information about our role and processes http://www.universitiesnz.ac.nz/quality-assurance/issues-and-complaints.
• We usually will only investigate claims where the individual complaint and appeal processes of the relevant university have been fully exhausted.
• International students are advised to check the Pastoral Care of International Students Code of Practice which is available in a number of languages from the NZQA website.
• Before making a protected disclosure, please familiarise yourself with Universities New Zealand’s policy http://www.universitiesnz.ac.nz/sites/default/files/uni-nz/UNZ-Policy-Dealing-with-Claims-of-Serious-WrongDoing-PDA-May2017_0.pdf