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Privacy Statement

In this statement we explain how we handle your personal information. Terms used in our terms of use have the same meaning in this statement.

The personal information we collect

If you're a recent graduate who completes the survey, we'll ask you for some identifying information, such as your name, date of birth, email address, where you studied and what you studied. You may also provide us with personal information if you contact us or if we contact you. TEC is the entity that will hold your personal information. We take good care of it and have systems and processes in place to protect it.

If you're only viewing information on the site, you do not need to provide any personal information to us.

Why we collect the personal information

We need the survey-related personal information mentioned above to verify certain enrolment information. Only verifiable responses will be publishable (in anonymised form) on the survey results pages. We may endeavour to contact you by email, if you provide your email address, if we are unable to verify the relevant enrolment information.


We control the disclosure of personal information. We may disclose survey results data (including your personal information) to Careers New Zealand to help it help students and graduates. We may also disclose it to one or more other education agencies or otherwise as permitted by law (e.g., for research or statistical purposes) but, at the time of the survey, we had no plans to do so. Importantly, information that could identify you will not be published. We will only be publishing anonymised results.

Statistical information

We collect non-identifying statistical information about visits to this site. Site statistics allow us to assess the number of visitors to different sections of the site, identify what information is of interest, monitor system performance and help us make the site more useful to visitors.


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Access and correction

You have the right to access and to request correction of any of your personal information that we hold. To exercise this right, or to ask us anything else in relation to your privacy, please contact us in writing or by email:

The Privacy Officer
Tertiary Education Commission
PO Box 27-048