Each MBA International Trade student is expected to represent himself or herself authentically and conscientiously in all oral and/or written statements. The student will not misrepresent any fact to peers, faculty, staff, (prospective) employers or anyone else while representing himself or herself as member of the MBA International Trade community especially through, but not limited to:
- Lying to (prospective) employers, either directly through oral or written statements or indirectly through misrepresentation of background in resume;
- Misrepresenting any material fact on an application, financial aid form, or other official document;
- Lying to a fellow student, a faculty member, or an administrator in order to gain preferential treatment; or
- Misrepresenting the originality of one’s work, including failure to cite the contributions of another (plagiarism).
2. Academic endeavours
MBA International Trade students are expected to adhere to strict academic principles in representing their academic achievements. Students will not use dishonest and unfair methods to gain unfair advantage over other students in academic endeavours, especially through, but not limited to:
- Failure to use proper citation on any academic work and thereby misrepresenting the originality of one’s work (plagiarism);
- Giving or receiving any unauthorised aid on an assignment or exam, including working in groups on any assignment that has been designated as individual by the instructor;
- Use of any unauthorised means during an exam (cheating);
- Failure to comply with the academic guidelines established by the instructor for assignments;
- Submitting for credit substantially the same work done for another assignment either academic or professional, except with prior approval of the instructor. In the absence of clear guidelines regarding an assignment, presentation, examination, or other academic submission, the student is expected to seek any and all necessary clarification from the instructor.
MBA International Trade students are expected to respect materials, data and property of other members of the community as well as visitors to the community. Misuse, abuse or misappropriation of said materials, data and property of others, especially through, but not limited to:
- Accessing, removing, or destroying any information, materials, or other property of others without prior permission;
- Divulging or distributing proprietary or confidentially provided information obtained for class assignments;
- Obtaining copyrighted lecture materials via illegal means (unsolicited, covert audio and video recording) without prior permission of the instructor;
- Utilising for commercial gain any material provided to the student specifically and restrictively for educational purposes without prior permission of the provider.
4. Individual rights
Each MBA International Trade student is entitled to study in an impartial and free academic environment that is free from prejudice, discrimination and harassment. All members of community are responsible in ensuring that this right of each individual is not violated.
- Paths to University
- During Your Studies
- After Graduation
- Service and Advice
- Application for International Students
- Student exchange and internships abroad
- International Office
- Intercultural Encounters
- Your stay at Anhalt University