Cheating students allowed to graduate

“Three students who cheated in their final-year exams escaped serious punishment and were allowed to graduate last week. The three Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) students had owned up to plagiarism for an assignment that formed part of their final assessment …” (more)

[John Walshe, Independent, 13 November]

One Response to “Cheating students allowed to graduate”

  1. Jaded Hackademic Says:

    If I was a GMIT graduate I would be worried about this story.
    If the story is true, then my degree would be devalued.
    No sign of any response from the regulators yet, though this is now a national story.
    There have been other stories about this kind of thing recently.
    Maybe the government is too busy with the economy to bother about this kind of alleged dishonesty?

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