Hundreds of under- and postgraduates are trying to bluff their way through to a degree every year either by cheating at exams or while completing their course work.

However, only a tiny percentage are expelled for misconduct with others facing temporary suspensions, fines and grade deductions.

Last night employers and university chiefs warned that exam cheats were damaging their chances of getting work after graduation.

Reported by the Scottish Express. You can read the full story here. 

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