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·· submit materials or work for assessment which have not been made or authorised by the individual, or which have been copied from other students or sources without acknowledging or referencing those sources (plagiarism), or allow one’s work to be knowingly plagiarised ·· take part in any illegal activity ·· behave in any way which adversely affects the reputation of the College. Serious or repeated breaches of the code of conduct, including violent or intimidating behaviour, sexual, racial or other harassment or deliberate violation of College rules are seen as gross misconduct and would normally result in the student being excluded from College. If you are on a course validated by a partner university, any breaches of the code of conduct may have to be referred to the university.

Complaints, Comments & Compliments We welcome your views on any aspect of the College and will regularly seek your feedback. We make every effort to get things right for you, but we know that things can sometimes go wrong. If you have a complaint you can:

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·· talk to your tutor, teacher, or relevant head of department to resolve the matter ·· go to the ‘Have Your Say’ section of Moodle and complete the comments box. (You can also use ‘Have Your Say’ to make suggestions or pay a compliment!) This will be dealt with by our Quality department

Higher Education Student Handbook 2016-17  

Bedford College

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