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An institution that is aggrieved by any of the following decisions of the Commission may apply to the Appeals Tribunal for a review of the decision once the internal processes for redress have been exhausted:

(a)  a decision to refuse the institution’s application for registration or recognition, or for accreditation of a course of study;
(b)  a decision to impose conditions on the institutions registration or recognition, or for accreditation  of a course of study;
(c)  a decision to suspend or cancel the institution’s registration or recognition, or for  accreditation of a course of study.

Legislative provisions pertaining to appeals are contained in Part 5 of the Higher Education Promulgation 2008 and Part 6 of the Higher Education Regulations 2009.

Application for Appeal

An application for appeal to the Tribunal must -

(a)  be made in writing in the Application for Appeal form;
(b)  set out the grounds of appeal;
(c)  be filed with the secretary of the Appeals Tribunal;
(d)  be accompanied with the prescribed Fees for Appeal;
(e)  be made within 21 days from the date of notification of the decision to the institution.