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Academic Integrity and Misconduct - Policy and Procedures

Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity is a quality that demonstrates values such as honesty, fairness and respect for others and their work. Academic integrity is evident by the behaviours we exhibit.

In order to demonstrate academic integrity, you must be able to demonstrate for example originality (independent thinking) and criticality (critical thinking), which you will be supported to develop whilst you complete your studies.

You will demonstrate academic integrity by producing your own work, clearly acknowledging any material that has been included from other sources or through collaboration.

Students must also present their own findings, conclusions or data based on appropriate and ethical practice.

Academic Misconduct

Academic Misconduct is a breach of the values of academic integrity and can occur when a student cheats in an assessment, or attempts to deliberately mislead an examiner that the work presented is their own when it is not. It includes, but is not limited to, plagiarism, self-plagiarism, commissioning or buying work from a third party or copying the work of others, breach of examination rules, collusion etc.

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Student Conduct and Discipline Rules

Students at Middlesex University Dubai are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which demonstrates respect for the University, fellow students, and its staff, at all times. Students are ambassadors of the University and are expected to behave in a way that enhances the reputation of the University and all its students and graduates, and that is also sensitive to our culturally diverse environment. Students are encouraged to engage actively in the learning process, be fully committed to their studies and be determined to succeed with the support of the University.

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Student Complaints and Grievance Procedures

The University is committed to providing a high-quality experience for each student and encourages students to inform it where there is any cause for concern. The University’s Student Complaints and Grievance Procedures therefore exist to enable students to make complaints about such matters. This procedure seeks to ensure that complaints against the University made by students are treated seriously and, if found to be valid, are acted upon to ensure that the students’ interests are protected as far as it is possible for the University to do so.

Full details of the policy and procedures are available at

IT Rules and Regulations for Students

This policy is part of our University’s commitment to supporting our students to enable them to achieve their full potential. This Policy is prepared for all students at the University or alumnus, together referred to as “Users”. The University requires all Users to comply with this policy when using the University’s computers, network, and other associated IT services. The University encourages all Users to use the University’s IT facilities as tools to assist their studies and work. All the computers, IT equipment and software at the University, especially those in the Computer Labs and the Library are provided for use in furtherance of the mission of the University and for your academic benefit.

The University considers failure or refusal to comply with this Policy to be a serious disciplinary offence which may lead to disciplinary action. For more details, please visit

Social Media Policy

This policy is aimed at giving staff and students who use social media the appropriate guidance on the acceptable use of social media in relation to the workplace. This policy explains:

  • The acceptable use of social media in the workplace, at home and in your personal time
  • How you can best protect the university and its community through your use of social media
  • The potential outcomes of unacceptable use of social media

The aims of this policy are to inform staff and students on how they can best protect the University and its community through their use of social media and help staff and students make appropriate decisions about the use of social media such as blogs, wikis, social networking websites, podcasts, forums, message boards, or comments on web-articles, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, SMS text messaging etc.

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Student Finance Regulations

Students enrolling on a programme of study are required to comply with the University’s formal student and financial regulations. The formal student regulations can be found at: Students should understand that by enrolling online at Middlesex University MyUniHub,, they agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

Student financial regulations for the Dubai Campus are detailed at

General Guidelines for Scholarships and Grants

This document outlines general rules, terms and conditions for the range of scholarship awards and grants administered by Middlesex University Dubai. Additionally, each scholarship and grant will have its own specific criteria for eligibility, application procedure, deadlines for application and payments, rules for continuation of benefits, restriction and other terms and conditions, where applicable. Information about eligibility criteria is provided by the Student Recruitment Office and the Marketing Department.

Applicants must read these guidelines before they accept their scholarships or grants. When candidates accept such scholarships or grants, they are agreeing to and accepting these rules, terms and conditions and any other requirements communicated by Middlesex University Dubai.

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Guidelines for Supporting Students of Determination (Special Needs)

Middlesex University Dubai believes that everyone should have the opportunity to pursue a university degree, and we pride ourselves on our inclusivity policies to ensure that no student is discriminated against based on their race, colour, national, or ethnic origin, or any physical, mental, cognitive, or communicative impairment that they may have.

The University supports an anticipatory approach that requires pro-active consideration of access to learning, teaching, services, and facilities to ensure adjustments are made in advance of students of determination attempting to study or use the services and facilities. The University is committed to addressing barriers to inclusion (structural, cultural, organisational and attitudinal) and takes as its starting point the premise that accessible and appropriate provision is not ‘additional’ but a core element of the overall service, which the University makes available. All academic disciplines and professional services will use inclusive practices and reasonable adjustments to change procedures or environments to remove any disabling effects or barriers to participation.

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Consent Policy for U-18 & IFP Students

Middlesex University Dubai is committed to equal opportunities in its admissions. All applications are considered on their individual merits.Occasionally the University admits students who are under the age of 18 years. Such students are usually enrolled in our International Foundation Programme (IFP) and sometimes also in the first year of our undergraduate programmes.The University treats all its students as independent, mature individuals.

However, the University acknowledges that anyone under the age of 18 years is legally a minor (under UK Law) and recognises that students under the age of 18 years may therefore have different needs in relation to their support and wellbeing. Middlesex University Dubai is committed towards promoting the well-being of all students under the age of 18 years. While most students transition into University life smoothly, some may face challenges. Staff in support services, accommodation and academic departments work together to ensure that the well-being of students under the age of 18 years is maintained and monitored accordingly.

This policy is applicable to all students who are under 18 years of age and are applying for admission to any taught programmes at Middlesex University Dubai. For more details, please visit