Academic integrity

Academic integrity is essential to maintaining excellence in learning, teaching, research and academic writing and publication. We share a strong culture of academic integrity amongst our students and staff. This is made possible by a mutual commitment to honesty, trust, fairness and respect. It is vital to us that employers, students and the community have confidence in our academic integrity.

We take an integrated approach to supporting academic integrity.

What is academic integrity?

Understand the fundamental University values, how to maintain academic integrity, behaviours which undermine integrity and potential outcomes for breaches or misconduct.

Resources for students

Resources to support both students and staff to educate, maintain and manage academic integrity.


  • Online modules
  • Training and assistance
  • Access academic writing support
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  • Tools to assist in prevention
  • Online referencing tools
  • Online study hub
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What to do if you are charged with academic misconduct.

Visit Student Advocacy

Resources for teaching


  • Online training modules
  • Community of practice
  • Communicating with students tools
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Learning and teaching resources for enabling integrity through design, process and resources.

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University processes for managing academic misconduct.

Read about University oversight