Students at partner institutions: contact your education provider or visit their website in order to obtain and submit the form.
You must provide all the evidence that you have in relation to the appeal. You will not normally be permitted to submit further evidence after the submission of the Academic Offences Appeal form.
What happens after I appeal?
Appeals are considered by a Faculty Dean that has not previously considered the case. If the Dean agrees that the appeal has grounds, then the matter will be considered by an Appeals Committee which you will be invited to attend.
Once an Appeals Committee has considered the case, they may rescind or amend the penalty or may agree to uphold the original decision.
Help and support
If you have an academic offence allegation made against you, help and support is
available to you.
The Student Services Hub can direct you to the Student Progress Team that can advise you on the
Academic Offences Procedures, or to any other relevant support and wellbeing
services that may be required.
If you have a disability or an ongoing medical condition, and you are having difficulties in taking part in these procedures, then we can also consider making individual arrangements for you. To find out if this is available for you, please contact the Student Wellbeing and Disability Service via the Student Services Hub.