Every student of the University is required to adhere at all times to those University regulations, policies and codes of practice which relate to student behaviour, and is expected to ensure that they are aware of these. If a student fails to observe University rules and regulations, disciplinary action may be taken against them through the procedures set out in the University’s Code of Student Conduct.
Code of Student Conduct
The Code of Student Conduct sets out expectations for student behaviour and the procedures the University uses to resolve matters when students' behaviour is unacceptable.
Student Discipline Committee
The Student Discipline Committee hears and adjudicates upon individual cases of alleged breaches of the Code of Student Conduct.
The University’s academic misconduct procedures and forms, and examples of academic misconduct
Support for study
The Support for Study policy is a supportive way of assisting the small number of students whose behaviour gives cause for concern. It offers an alternative to disciplinary action when a student’s behaviour may be affected by health conditions or disabilities.
Past conduct related information.