If a student uses someone else's work and presents it as his or her own, without accurately stating the source, it is defined as plagiarism.
Plagiarism is a form of scientific misconduct of fraud, and the consequences can be severe.
If a student's plagiarism or exam fraud is confirmed, it may lead to suspension from the exam, suspension for one or more semesters, or in some cases even expulsion.
Unfortunately, many cases of plagiarism happen due to lack of knowledge on how to make correct citations and the academic traditions. Therefore, it is important that you train and use citations in your work at the IT University, to avoid being accused of plagiarism.
Stop Plagiarism is a Danish website where you can test if you are able to make correct citations, or if you are copying others' work inappropriately.