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An examination of suspected official misconduct at the University of Queensland

In December 2010 the University of Queensland (UQ) offered a place in its 2011 undergraduate medical program to a school leaver who had not met the entry requirements for admission into that particular course.

The CMC’s public report arising out of this matter covers three aspects:

  1. the outcomes of an investigation into potential criminal misconduct
  2. a review of the University of Queensland’s handling of the allegations
  3. a quality review.

It identifies important issues of relevance to other agencies in relation to conflicts of interest and management of allegations of misconduct.

Report

An examination of suspected official misconduct at the University of Queensland (PDF, 5.8 MB)

An examination of suspected official misconduct at the University of Queensland (DOC, 7.6 MB)

Media releases
and statements

CMC public report into University of Queensland enrolment tabled in State Parliament — 13.09.2013

Update on CMC examination of University of Queensland matters — 19.06.2013

CMC to prepare public report on University of Queensland investigation — 28.05.2012

CMC launches wide-reaching review in response to University of Queensland matter — 25.01.2012

CMC Media Statement — University of Queensland matter — 09.12.2011

Last updated: 13 September 2013

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