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Assessment Offences

Allegations of assessment offences are dealt with under the Assessment Offence Regulations.

Guidance on the QMUL Assessment Offence process can be found here.

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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