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Information on the ICE Applicant Appeals and Complaints Procedure.

The University of Cambridge is committed to protecting the dignity of students, staff, visitors to the University, and all members of the University community in their work and their interactions with others.

This page provides an overview of the procedure for reporting student harassment and sexual misconduct between students (Award-bearing Courses).

ICE is committed to excellence in adult and part-time education and to facilitating an open and inclusive academic learning environment and, therefore, students are asked to adhere to the Institute’s Student Charter. You are expected to take full advantage of the facilities, teaching, supervision

Academic misconduct, broadly speaking, is any action which gains, attempts to gain, or assists others in gaining or attempting to gain unfair academic advantage. Registered students are expected to be familiar with guidance on academic misconduct, including plagiarism.

 

If you are a student on an award-bearing course, you must read and abide by our plagiarism policy.

ICE offers a wide-range of part-time courses and qualifications which are University of Cambridge awards.

If you are studying on an award-bearing course at ICE, you are expected to take an active part in your course. This includes attending classes, contributing to class work and handing in work for assessment to provide evidence of your learning.

These procedures apply to all students taking a University of Cambridge award with the Institute of Continuing Education. 

ICE aims to handle complaints in a way which is sympathetic and fair and which encourages informal early resolution.

Disciplinary proceedings may be brought against a student or former student who is suspected of having acted or behaved in a manner which unreasonably interferes with the University of Cambridge’s Rules of B

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