SEGi University upholds a steadfast commitment to ensuring engagement of local stakeholders. This is a part of strong governance (SDG16) . Stakeholder engagement involves giving stakeholders an opportunity to share concerns, and knowledge and to develop mutually acceptable outcomes. SEGi University is committed to developing effective working relationships with all stakeholders by making every reasonable effort to work together to resolve issues that occur while carrying out the University’s mandate including but not limited to improving service delivery. SEGi University is committed to being open and honest with stakeholders by providing accurate and timely information taking into consideration stakeholders’ views and concerns.
SEGi University shall do so by evaluating the effectiveness of its stakeholder engagement activities and working to continually improve engagement performance. This shall support and improve initiatives of various parties who in one way or another interact with SEGi University.
The effective management of stakeholder interests creates goodwill, promotes a positive image of SEGi University, and enhances the achievement of the corporate goals. SEGi University systematically seeks to address stakeholder perspectives, build trust, develop partnerships and make use of stakeholders.
For this reason, the “SEGi University Stakeholder engagement Policy” has been developed, to give a strategic approach toward involving and engaging stakeholders. This Policy is also intended to enhance stakeholder engagement, and management to ensure that the corporate image of SEGi University is maintained at all times, and service delivery remains at its peak.
Policy Owner & Oversight: Registrar
The Registry department is the designated office responsible for reviewing, educating and advancing the compliance of the policy within our institution, with a designated official overseeing the matter across the organisation.
The full copy of this policy can be accessible via the SEGi Connexion Staff Portal.
Policy created on 2022Policy reviewed on 2023