1. By accepting this offer of accreditation, you confirm the accuracy, correctness and completeness of the statement you have made with your application for admission and you confirm that (to the best of your knowledge) all information you make available to the university (or on your behalf) regarding this application remains accurate and complete. You also confirm that there have been no facts or circumstances that would compromise the accuracy or accuracy of your statement or affect your right to enroll in the university. 8. You agree to update the University as soon as possible if the information you have provided to the University changes (including, but not limited to, your contact and contact details for your relatives or emergency contacts). 5. Use your reasonable efforts to meet the requirements set by the university for the curriculum. 13. The University may collect, use, retain and disclose personal data about you in accordance with its privacy policies and the Privacy Act 1993.
If you accept an offer of admission, you are entering into a relationship with the University of Auckland, the details of which constitute a student agreement. The content of the agreement is below. 10. This Agreement is valid and its terms apply when you accept this offer of authorization and will continue until the end of your program of study or until the end of the Agreement. For each feedback to courses for your studies, the terms of the study agreement apply at the time of feedback. The University of Auckland (the university) has entered into a contract with its students when they accept an offer of admission to a specific programme. This contract (which contains the statutes, rules, rules and guidelines of the university) governs the relationship between each student and the university while that student is enrolled in this program of study and is called a “student agreement”. 15. All disputes arising out of or related to this Agreement or related to the performance of this Agreement by either Party shall be settled by the applicable procedures prescribed by the University in the relevant statutes, rules, rules and directives.