2.4.1 The University expects that applicants will have provided full, honest, and accurate information on their application form and in all subsequent communications with the University. Where the University has reason to suspect that this may not be the case, it reserves the right to investigate the matter fully.
2.4.2 Cases referred to The Deanship of Student Affairs, Admissions and Registration will be investigated.
2.4.3 If, during such an investigation, the University finds that an applicant has made fraudulent or misleading claims in their application, the University reserves the right to withdraw any offer it has made. Where an applicant has omitted to provide all relevant information on their application form (including, but not limited to, qualifications commenced but not completed, qualifications resulting in a failure grade, exclusions) it similarly reserves the right to withdraw any offer it has made. If an offer is withdrawn for the reasons set out above, the University may also, where appropriate, inform any other relevant professional bodies and/or third parties about the withdrawal.
2.4.4 In cases where the fraudulent and/or misleading information is discovered at any time after the applicant has enrolled as a student at the University, the University reserves the right to carry out its own investigations. If, after the completion of the investigation, it is found that there has been a deliberate attempt to use fraudulent and/or misleading information, or relevant information was withheld, to obtain a place on one of the University’s programs, the University may act to permanently exclude the student. If a student is permanently excluded for the reasons set out above, the University may also, where appropriate, inform any other relevant professional bodies and/or third parties about the exclusion.