Students are expected to behave in accordance with university policy on student conduct. This includes issues of academic integrity; equity and respect; lawful and appropriate behaviour.
Academic integrity is an important expectation of all university staff and students. All students must ensure they avoid plagiarism in their work, written and oral. It is the student’s responsibility to understand this issue. Plagiarism is the unacknowledged use of other people’s work, including the copying of assignment works and laboratory results from other students. Plagiarism is considered a form of academic misconduct, and the University has very strict rules that include some severe penalties. Information on UNSW policies and penalties to help you avoid plagiarism.
To find out if you understand plagiarism correctly take this short quiz on plagiarism.