Prevention of fraud and corruption is in the University's long-term interest.
One of the University's core values is to foster the values of openness, honesty, tolerance, fairness, trust and responsibility in social, moral and academic matters as detailed in the University's Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
The University recognises its prominent role in the wider community and the need for accountability in decision making, particularly in the use of public funds, endowments and bequests.
The purpose of the University's policy on Fraud and Corruption is to protect the University's assets, interests and reputation through a coordinated approach in dealing with suspected fraud and corruption. These appendices go with that policy.