The University provides a fair and equitable service to all by providing individuals with the opportunity to be heard and ensuring that the University’s standards and reputation are maintained by managing negative behaviour and promoting positive behaviour. Further information can be found on the following webpages:
Expectations of behaviour
Information about the University's expectations regarding good conduct and a list of unacceptable behaviours.
Information about the exam irregularity investigation process including referral to committees and appealing after a committee.
A definition of plagiarism and further information on avoiding plagiarism and finding out more about it.
Fitness to practise
A definition of fitness to practise, the programmes it applies to, the investigation process including referral to committees and appealing after a committee.
A definition of the University's expectations with regard to student conduct and further information.
College Misconduct and Fitness to Practise Committee
Information about how what happens before, during and after a College Misconduct or Fitness to Practise Committee.
Appeal committee decision
Information about how to appeal the decision of your College Misconduct or Fitness to Practise Committee.
Harassment, bullying and victimisation
How to get help if you feel you are being harassed, bullied or victimised.
Social Media Expectations
Information about the University's expectations around the use of social media
Sources of help and advice
People and organisations within the University who can help you if you are submitting an appeal or are involved in a student misconduct process.