Oxford Brookes University rules and regulations
You are subject to Oxford Brookes University's rules and regulations for the preparation, submission and assessment of the Research and Analysis Project and for the award of the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting degree.
The Faculty of Business promotes an inclusive learning environment in which individuals are valued and supported in achieving their full potential. The Faculty endeavours to meet its duties under the Equality Act 2010 to eliminate unfair discrimination and promote equality of opportunity and good relations among members of the university community. View the university statement on Equal Opportunity and Diversity by clicking on the link in the Related Links section.
You may not appeal against the academic judgement of an examiner.
You may request a review of the decision to award a particular grade to your Research and Analysis Project. However disagreement with the academic judgement of an examiner is not grounds for such a review, which would normally only consider whether the assessment has been conducted in accordance with the Research and Analysis Project regulations. Further details of the regulations can be viewed on the Oxford Brookes University website by clicking on the OBU Regulations link in the Related Links section.
As a student who prepares and submits a Research and Analysis Project, you are subject to the Oxford Brookes University academic regulations, including those on cheating. The details of the regulations can be viewed on the Oxford Brookes University website by clicking on the OBU Regulations link in the Related Links section.
To view the complaints procedure please visit the Oxford Brookes University website
Cheating and plagiarism
Additional information is available on cheating and avoiding plagiarism.