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Complaints and appeals
We recognise that from time to time you may not be satisfied with some aspect of the University’s service, or you may want to appeal against a decision made about your academic performance.
On these pages you will find information about the procedures for making a complaint or an academic appeal.
You can also find information about academic misconduct (plagiarism and cheating), student discipline, fitness to study and fitness to practice.
If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of your experience at the University or the services we provide we would like to know about it. These pages tells you what to do if you have a complaint about your experience at the University.
The procedures here explain how to appeal against a decision made regarding your academic performance.
These pages explain how we deal with cases of alleged cheating, plagiarism or collusion.
These pages present the procedure governing how we consider fitness to practice for professional programmes.
Click here for Fitness to study: Streatham and St. Luke's Campuses and Cornwall campus
The pages here detail how we consider appropriate support where illness or other circumstances is affecting your ability to study.