Misconduct Regulations & Appeals
If you copy from another person’s work (project report, book, journal, web page or any other document) without acknowledging the source, you are guilty of plagiarism. This is a disciplinary offence and the Universities have procedures for handling it. The failure to acknowledge a source is considered as plagiarism even if there was no deliberate intention to cheat. Avoid any risk of plagiarism by providing a reference for all sources that you use. Please refer to the regulations regarding Aacademic Misconduct below.
Academic Misconduct including Appeals
For cases of alleged academic misconduct relating to a course/module delivered by, the University of Glasgow the code of student conduct and procedures of University of Glasgow will apply.
For all other cases of alleged academic misconduct, the code of student conduct and procedures of Queen’s will apply.
For academic appeals relating to a course/module delivered by UoG, the academic appeals procedure of the University of Glasgow.
For all other academic appeals the academic appeals procedure of Queen’s will apply.
In cases of non-academic misconduct where it is alleged that an offence has been committed by a Student whilst present at the University of Glasgow, the relevant code of student conduct of UoG will apply.
In all other cases of non-academic misconduct, the code of student conduct and procedures of Queen’s will apply: