Year 2 Medicine Examinations May 2020

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Dear University of Glasgow,

Under the The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 I would like to request the following information on the subject of harassment cases at the university.

1. Out of the 275 candidates who took the final Year 2 examination for Medicine in May 2020, how many were investigated for cheating by a viva voce?

2. Exam papers were submitted in a Word document. What was the average "Total Editing Time" recorded in the Info section of the Word documents?

Your faithfully,

Mr Sutherland

FOI Office,

 

Dear Mr Sutherland,

Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 24 June
2020 timed 15:53 hours.

 

The staff of the University of Glasgow, including the Data Protection &
Freedom of Information Office, are now working off-campus.  A number of
staff have also temporarily left their university work and research in
order to help the NHS with the public health crisis.  University
operations have been disrupted and this will affect our ability to
retrieve data and respond to requests.

 

As the University of Glasgow is a Scottish Public Authority, your request
is subject to the terms of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002
(“FOISA”).  The University will endeavour, where possible, to respond to
you as soon as possible, and in any event by 22 July 2020. 

Yours sincerely

 

Data Protection and Freedom of Information Office

Direct Line: +44 (0)141 330 2523
Email: [1][University of Glasgow request email]

University of Glasgow (Tay House)
Glasgow G12 8QQ

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Dear FOI Office,

I have decided to withdraw this request.

Yours sincerely,

Mr Sutherland

FOI Office,







The staff of the University of Glasgow, including the Data Protection &
Freedom of Information Office, are now working off-campus. A number of
staff have also temporarily left their university work and research in
order to help the NHS with the public health crisis. University operations
have been disrupted and this will affect our ability to retrieve data and
respond to requests. 

At this time, we cannot provide definitive guidance on response times. If
your request is time sensitive, and is therefore unlikely to be responded
to within your required timescale, please advise if you wish to suspend or
withdraw your request.

Finally, please be assured that we will endeavour, where possible, to
respond to you as soon as we can.