Academic Affairs

1. Academic Misconduct

Any form of unethical behaviour that violates the integrity of the academic process such as bestowing or seeking academic favours or advancement on the basis of friendship or gifts, concealing conflicts of interest, or deliberate failure to meet professional obligations.

2. Cheating/Plagiarism

Cheating or doing anything that may help a person to cheat in relation to assessment, research, publications, or consultancy, including but not limited to plagiarism.

3. Credentials Misrepresentations

Theft or forgery of titles, diplomas, transcripts, grades, research publications or other official documents represented by an individual as his or her own.

4. Relationship between employees and students

Failure to disclose conflict of interest whereby employees (academic) have students with whom they have intimate relations attending their classes.