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Engineering Tripos, Parts IIA and IIB

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 288)

With effect from 1 October 2004

The regulations for Part IIA of the Engineering Tripos do not currently include the requirement that a candidate declare that work submitted is his or her own work. A regulation to provide for this has been included and the regulations for Part IIB of the Tripos have been revised to bring them into line. The procedure for the submission of project work for Part IIB has been revised.

Part IIa

Regulations 20-22.

By renumbering the regulations as 21-23, respectively, amending cross-references, and inserting a new Regulation 20 so as to read:

20. Every candidate submitting course-work under Regulations 18 or 19 shall be required to sign a declaration that the work submitted is his or her own work, unaided except as may be specified in the declaration; if two or more candidates have undertaken work in collaboration, they shall be required to indicate the extent of their collaboration.

Part IIb

Regulations 23-26.

By renumbering Regulations 23-25 as 24-26, respectively, deleting the current Regulation 26, amending cross-references, and amending Regulation 25 (new 26) so as to read:

26. Each candidate

(a)shall be required to undertake a project. Details of all elements of the project work, and the requirements of submission for their assessment, shall be published by the Faculty Board by Notice in the Department of Engineering not later than the first Friday of Full Michaelmas Term in the year of candidature.

and

(b)except as provided in Regulation 27, shall offer eight modules, subject to any restrictions announced by the Faculty Board under Regulation 25.

Regulations 29-30.

By deleting the final sentence in Regulation 29, by renumbering Regulation 30 as 31, and by including a new Regulation 30 so as to read:

30. Every candidate submitting project work under Regulation 26(a) or course-work under Regulation 26(b) shall be required to sign a declaration that the work submitted is his or her own work, unaided except as may be specified in the declaration; if two or more candidates have undertaken work in collaboration, they shall be required to indicate the extent of their collaboration. Every candidate submitting a dissertation under Regulation 27 shall be required to sign a declaration that the work submitted is his or her own work and that it does not contain material already used to any substantial extent for a comparable purpose.


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Cambridge University Reporter 6 May 2004
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