Academic Integrity

What is Academic Integrity?

Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) explains: 

“Academic integrity is critical to the reputation of higher education, including the recognition of the graduate's academic learning and qualifications and the institutional practices related to academic leadership. It can be defined as 'compliance with ethical and professional principles, standards, practices and consistent system of values, that serves as guidance for making decisions and taking actions in education, research and scholarship'.”

See more at QQI - Academic Integrity

QQI also has a short (2.5 minute) video at aimed at students.

In September 2021, QQI's National Academic Integrity Network (NAIN) published two key documents:

QQI Academic Integrity Guidelines

Academic Integrity Principles and Lexicon

TU Dublin is committed to ensuring that the highest academic standards are upheld by all within the University.


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