The University has strict rules about exam cheating or plagiarism which may lead to expulsion
Plagiarism is the presentation of another’s work as one’s own. This includes copying portions of texts from textbooks and articles without quoting the source, but also presenting others' ideas as one's own.
An important element of the learning process is to adopt a proper scientific methodology; proper citation is a central element of this. If the University discovers plagiarism or “cheating”, students will not be given any grade for the particular course as the mildest consequence.
The ultimate consequence is expulsion from the University. For more detailed information go to the information on exam cheating at the homepage of the Councelling Centre