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Assessment Offences

Allegations of assessment offences are dealt with under the Assessment Offence Regulations [PDF 116KB].

Guidance on the QMUL Assessment Offence process can be found here [PDF 155KB].

Assessment offences include but are not limited to the following:

  • Plagiarism;
  • Exam Offences;
  • The use, or attempted use, of ghost writing services for any part of assessment;
  • submission of work, or sections of work, for assessment in more than one module or assignment (including work previously submitted for assessment at another institution);
  • fraudulent reporting of source material, experimental results, research, or other investigative work;
  • collusion in the preparation or production of submitted work.

If you are a member of staff or a student with a query about assessment offences please contact the Appeals, Complaint and Conduct Office of the details below.

Email: appeals@qmul.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 207 882 3457

Appeals, Complaints and Conduct Office
Room E12, Queens' Building
Queen Mary University of London 
Mile End Road 
London E1 4NS

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