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Cheating within the University’s study programmes

Cheating which takes place entirely within the framework of the University’s study programmes does not count as scientific misconduct and is therefore dealt with according to a separate procedure.

Well-founded suspicions that a student has cheated are to be reported promptly to the Vice- Chancellor. Pursuant to the Higher Education Ordinance, this is to be done if a student is suspected of attempted deception using unauthorised aids or in some other way in an examination or when study performance is otherwise to be assessed. You can read more about how such cases are to be managed by following the links below.

Plagiarism within the framework of the University’s study programmes

Lund University has produced regulations concerning plagiarism within first, second and third cycle education. These regulations entered into force on 1 January 2013.

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Any questions?

Do you have any questions regarding research ethics regulations? As an employee of Lund University, you can turn to forskningsetik [at] lu [dot] se