f) collaboration where collaboration is expressly prohibited, whether or not that collaboration occurs online or otherwise (and despite the fact that collaboration will generally be encouraged by ILAC International College, in order to foster learning).2) Cheating offences are subject to academic penalty.1) Cheating is defined as any deliberate attempt to obtain credit through the use of deceit or dishonest methods.Examples of such behavior include, but are not limited to, the following: a) passing exam papers/solutions to another student; b) repeatedly looking at other students’ papers; c) discussing or whispering of answers during a test; d) submitting research reports in which no research took place; and e) writing answers on a desktop.1) A student who feels there have been extenuating circumstances that adversely affected his/her academic outcome/progress may appeal to the Student Services Manager.
3) Regular attendance is taken for each class and both absenteeism and lateness will be recorded on the attendance sheet and forwarded to the Administration Office.
For program specific requirements see program syllabus: 1) ILAC International College keeps a daily record of attendance.
See schedule “A” for program attendance requirements.
It indicates the total hours you studied per week and the length of your study.
Details of a student’s academic results and attendance can be added if requested.