Academic Integrity Panels

If a student is suspected of Academic Misconduct they will be invited to discuss the allegation under the Academic Integrity Procedure. 
Academic integrity means being honest, trustworthy, diligent, fair and respectful, and is about ensuring the integrity of a student’s work and ultimately the award they receive from Bangor University. This Academic Integrity Procedure applies to issues in both examinations and coursework.

Academic misconduct includes issues of plagiarism, collusion, cheating, breach of examination regulations, fabrication of data, impersonation of others or the use of essay banks or mills for assessment.

We realise that some students may have not referenced adequately or over-relied on referenced material with insufficient independent academic input. This would come under the term poor academic practice. In these instances we would strongly advise the students to get in touch with the University’s Study Skills Service (link page), who can provide great advice and support on assignment structure and referencing.


Special Circumstances

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