Assessment offences include cheating in exams, collusion or using an AI tool to write an assessment as if it was your own. Each year we support about 63 students, at all stages of study, to understand how the University investigate academic misconduct and respond to an allegation.
"I had no idea what to expect about my situation before speaking with an Advisor. My advisor gave me very comprehensive, detailed and correct information about what to expect, which really helped me feel more secure about a very uncertain situation."
Feedback from a student, 2022/23.
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*We're writing our guidance for Postgraduate Masters and Research Degrees and will publish it here shortly. In the meantime, please email an Advisor in confidence at firstname.lastname@example.org.