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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

Disciplinary proceedings may be brought against a student who is suspected of having acted or behaved in a manner which unreasonably interferes with the functioning or activities of ICE, or of those who work or study at ICE, or which otherwise damages ICE or its reputation. The following is a non-exhaustive list of examples:

  1. Academic misconduct in work submitted or in examinations, ie any action which gains, attempts to gain, or assists others in gaining or attempting to gain an unfair advantage. For further details please refer to the University of Cambridge’s definition of academic miscondcut
  2. The disruption or attempted disruption of the teaching or administration of the Institute's work or aggressive or harassing behaviour, either physical or verbal, towards any student, or person, such as a Tutor, acting on behalf of ICE.
  3. The abuse of alcohol or drugs on any premises where ICE courses are held, including transport and residential components of field trips or excursions.
  4. The theft, damage or defacing of any of the Institute’s property or any property on premises where the Institute’s courses are held.
  5. Other behaviour inconsistent with the University of Cambridge’s Rules of Bevahiour (where applicable) which can be found on the Office of Student Conduct, Complaints and Appeals website.

For the full Procedure please see: Student Disciplinary Procedure for non-award bearing courses

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Online Course
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Professional development
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Undergraduate Certificate/Diploma
Appeals and complaints

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