Happens if You are Caught Cheating
Students who cheat are likely to be caught. This
is a very serious matter.
In serious cases,
your department may ask the School Dean/Director IPO, or even the Executive Vice-President & Provost to look at the case. The School and the Executive Vice-President & Provost can impose additional sanctions – you may not be allowed to go on exchange, or get a scholarship, and a note may be made on your transcript. The most serious cases are referred to the Student Disciplinary Committee. The Student Disciplinary Committee can take away
your eligibility for a degree;
suspend you from the University, or simply dismiss you right
And that would be it.
All your years of hard work in primary and secondary school, all
that pressure to do well in the public exams … all thrown
The whole process is set out in the formal academic regulations – go to:
Regulations for Academic Integrity
A procedural flow is prepared to facilitate the understanding of the implementation of the Regulations.