Andero Kalju

Academic fraud

Academic fraud is

  • an assessment of learning outcomes, the use of any materials that the teaching 
staff member has not explicitly permitted the students to use; 
  • requesting and using unauthorised assistance, for example, prompting, copying 
others’ work, using other student’s help during individual assessment; 

  • sharing of knowledge, which is not permitted by teaching staff; 

  • participating in the assessment of another student, unless it is allowed; 

  • presenting the work of another person under your name or deliberate use of parts 
of it without proper academic referencing; 

  • submission of the one’s own work again in the same or another course, unless the 
teaching staff has allowed it. 

  Academic fraud is regulated by the Study Regulations.

Academic fraud

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