All students of the University are subject to the University’s Student Conduct Regulations, which are intended to ensure a safe, supportive environment for work and study for our students and staff. These regulations set out the expectations on students in order to maintain the University as a community of scholars in which all members can work beside each other in conditions which permit freedom of thought and expression, all within a framework of intellectual honesty and respect for the rights of other persons.
Please refer to Section 16 Student Conduct (2020/21) and Section 16 Student Conduct (2021/22). For previous academic years, regulations and procedures can be found in Section 9B the Archive (General Student Regulations) section.
The use of the procedures under these regulations is a serious matter. Any student who is accused of misconduct is advised to seek assistance from the Students’ Union promptly.
Student Conduct Officers
Allegations of misconduct should be reported promptly to the Student Conduct Officer for your School. The Student Conduct Officer is responsible for ensuring that cases are dealt with in a timely, fair, independent and confidential manner and in accordance to University policy, regulations and procedures. Please send all allegations of misconduct to email@example.com addressed to:
Amy Brazier - Guildhall School of Business and Law, School of Computing and Digital Media, School of Art, Architecture and Design
Neha Karia - School of Social Professions, School of Human Sciences, School of Social Sciences
Staff - You can access additional guidance and resources (Staff login required) and the Student Conduct Officers are available for consultation regarding student misconduct matters. If the Student Conduct Officers are not available for consultation, please contact the Head of Student Casework at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are all responsible for how we contribute to a safe and respectful environment at London Metropolitan University.
Please refer to our Online Behaviour Guidance on how to practice good online behaviour to maintain a welcoming and respectful community.