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City, University of London (the University) is not prepared to admit applicants on the strength of information believed to be either fraudulent or plagiarised, and reserves the right to reject or cancel an application under these circumstances.
The University also reserves the right to:
- request additional information to verify an application;
- put the application process on hold whilst investigating the alleged/suspected fraudulent application and/or plagiarism;
- reject an application if it is proven, or if the University has reasonable belief, that the information provided within the application is false, or if the applicant refuses to provide the requested information;
- terminate a student’s registration if he/she is found, after registration, to have submitted a fraudulent application to the University.
It is a condition of acceptance of a place at the University that the information provided by the applicant for the purposes of assessment must be accurate.
This is outlined in the University’s terms and conditions.
This information will be retained and used in accordance with the law and may be shared with UCAS or other bodies for the purposes of verifying the identity, qualifications or references of an applicant.