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Academic integrity

Academic integrity at its core is about honesty and responsibility and is fundamental to Curtin’s expectations of you. This means that all of your work at Curtin should be your own and it should be underpinned by integrity, which means to act ethically, honestly and with fairness.

You are also expected to uphold the Student Charter and recognise that cheating, plagiarism, collusion, and falsification of data and other forms of academic dishonesty are not acceptable.

Academic integrity warnings

Academic misconduct

Types of academic misconduct

How do I avoid academic breaches?