Academic integrity means being honest in your studying and assessments. It is the basis for ethical decision-making and behaviour in an academic context. Academic integrity is informed by the values of honesty, trust, responsibility, fairness, respect and courage.

Academic misconduct is seeking to gain for yourself, or assisting another person to gain, an academic advantage by deception or other unfair means. The most common form of academic misconduct is plagiarism.

The University takes academic misconduct very seriously, so make sure you are aware of what you need to do to avoid it.

Academic Integrity and Academic Misconduct

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Last updated 24/04/2020 02.40 PM

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