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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.

Information on the ICE Applicant Appeals and Complaints Procedure.

Applying to start an MSt course, Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma course involves six key stages, from choosing your course through to confirmation of admission.

ICE Cancellations and Refunds policy information

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It is of utmost importance for the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education to ensure that the wellbeing of students and staff are prioritised throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

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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.

ICE welcomes applications from disabled students and makes every effort both to anticipate and to make reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of disabled participants.

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