Academic Integrity

The University operates an Academic Integrity Board to consider found or admitted cases of unfair practice across the institution for all taught awards

The Research Degrees Sub-committee considers all admitted or found cases of unfair practice for research awards.

Prior to consideration of admitted or found cases, investigation takes place through Investigatory Interview and Assessment Enquiry Panel, as appropriate.

Staff are advised to read the Academic Integrity Staff Handbook (click on link to Academic Regulations)prior to commencing any investigation. There are a variety of resources and sources of support available for students which can be accessed via the Student Hub Website at:

Service contacts

Louise Allen

Quality Officer - Quality Assurance Framework and Processes Team
0113 8123342
E-mail Louise Allen

Quality Assurance Services

Academic Integrity
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