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    i am a 2nd year student at oxford and i have 1 more year to go. i have recently acquired a criminal conviction (nothing violent/sexual/drug related). do i have to notify the university of this? if so, do they have the right to terminate my studies?
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    Probably, check it out with your tutor or something.
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    Well I incurred 2 criminal convictions during my first year at uni (nothing serious more of a couple of misunderstandings) and I've had to include it in any future applications.

    It'd be worth speaking to your tutor but I didn't feel it affected my degree in any way.
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    (Original post by I<3LAMP)
    Well I incurred 2 criminal convictions during my first year at uni (nothing serious more of a couple of misunderstandings) and I've had to include it in any future applications.

    It'd be worth speaking to your tutor but I didn't feel it affected my degree in any way.
    mine's pretty serious -- could include some jail time. do you, by any chance, know if universities have a rule about such things?
 
 
 
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