The Code of Conduct is intended to set and maintain acceptable standards of behaviour by the students of Business Management Programme. Students are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct within it at all times, along with any other policies and procedures of BMP outlined in the Student Handbook and other College documentation.

The Code of Conducts is as follows:

Students must comply with the following requirements. Students who breach these requirements shall be guilty of misconduct.

  1. Be guilty of or a party to any dishonest or improper practice (including plagiarism) or breach of instructions relating to or connected with the conduct of assessment procedures including examinations, practical’s and summative assessments.
  2. Disrupt any teaching, study, research or administration of the Distance Learning Division.
  3. Act in a manner contrary to the good governance of the Distance Learning Division or prejudicial to its functioning as such.
  4. Obstruct any member of the Distance Learning Division in their academic work or performance of their duties.
  5. Wilfully create a nuisance in their dealings with the Distance Learning Division or bring the Distance Learning Division into disrepute whether face to face, through telecommunication contact, fax, post, email, social network website or by any other means.
  6. Harass any member of the Distance Learning Division or current or past students with offensive or unwanted sexual or non-sexual behaviour whether face to face, through telecommunication contact, fax, post, email, social network website or by any other
    means.
  7. Acquire by theft or deception any of the benefits or services provided by the Distance Learning Division.
  8. Steal or damage the Distance Learning Division property, which includes records and data both owned by and under the Distance Learning Division’s care.
  9. Infringe the Distance Learning Division's copyright in its publications by copying or dealing in copies of these works in breach of the Copyright Act 1994.
  10. Wilfully provide false information to the Distance Learning Division in connection with their enrolment or study at the Distance Learning Division.
  11. Attempt to commit or be a party to any of the foregoing.

Failure to meet these rules will result in your Tutor or appropriate member of staff following the disciplinary process. Where the offence is considered serious the behaviour may lead to dismissal from the programme.