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Plagiarism is the unattributed copying of the work of another person, either from published work or the work of another student. It is a form of literary theft and is not permitted under any circumstances. Plagiarism is regarded by University Course Committees as a very serious offence and it will be subject to formal disciplinary proceedings. The University’s policy and framework of penalties for dealing with plagiarism offences is available from the Academic Office.

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