This document contains a collection of concrete (anonymised) fraud cases. This collection is meant to increase transparancy: the target readers are
- Students, to get a better understanding of what is considered to be fraud and what the consequences may be
- Examination boards, to share insight in the practice across study programmes and enable a more uniform treatment of fraud cases
Disclaimer: It is important to use this overview only for the intended purpose. In particular, no prediction may be derived regarding individual (new) fraud cases: every case is different and will be judged on its own characteristics. The final decision always rests with the Examination Board of the study programme in question.