Students must strictly adhere to the university’s academic integrity rules, and all essays, exams and any other forms of academic assignments must adhere to these rules. Any form of plagiarism, cheating, or misappropriation of materials will be considered as a violation of academic integrity and will be punishable by the university.
Students should also be familiar with the university’s summer school regulations regarding academic integrity. Assignments should be a demonstration of the knowledge of the lectures and should be undertaken in an independent manner. If the views of others are considered, then the source materials must be strictly cited. Unmarked excerpts will be considered plagiarism.
Cheating is strictly prohibited by the university. Once any form of cheating has been discovered, the student will be disqualified from the exam. Students who commit serious violations of the university’s academic integrity rules will immediately receive an F and must then be investigated by the University Disciplinary Committee.