EARC Ethical Behaviour

EARC Ethical Behaviour

Personal integrity is the foundation of a successful educational environment. EARC Business School’s students are expected to engage in the highest ethical behaviour. Without this orientation, the grades and degrees will lack value and meaning. We expect each EARC student to uphold the following standards of honesty, integrity and personal responsibility

Firstly, education is key to developing human capital. By providing access to quality education, people in the developing world can acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to participate in the global economy. This can enable them to take advantage of new opportunities and improve their economic prospects.
Education can help to reduce poverty. Education is often seen as a pathway out of poverty, as it equips individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to secure better-paying jobs and create income-generating opportunities for themselves and their families.
Thirdly, education can help to promote innovation and entrepreneurship. By fostering a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, education can help to create new businesses, industries, and products, which can in turn create new jobs and boost economic growth.

However, access to educational resources in the developing world is often limited due to a lack of infrastructure, funding, and resources. EARC hopes to be in a position to provide such support and services to address these issues bringing together the private sector to provide more educational resources to people in the developing world. This includes providing resources, providing teachers and educational materials, and in partnership investing in technology and infrastructure to support e-learning initiatives.

In conclusion, providing educational resources to people in the developing world is essential to increasing their economic outlook. By investing in education, we can help to reduce poverty, promote innovation, and create a brighter more ambitious future for all.

Policy Statement on Harassment and Discrimination

EARC believes that Harassment pollutes the working and learning environment and has a detrimental effect upon the well being, health, confidence, morale and performance of those directly affected by such behavior or who are witness to it. EARC is committed to creating a working and learning environment free from Harassment and discrimination in which all staff, students and visitors to EARC are treated with dignity and respect.

ARC promotes equal opportunities and shall exercise no discrimination on the grounds of political opinion, age, colour, disability, ethnic or national origin, gender, marital status, race, religion or sexual orientation in the admission of students, or the appointment or promotion of staff or the awarding of any Degree, Diploma or Certificate.

The purpose of this Policy is to state EARC’s position on Harassment to raise awareness amongst the EARC community of behaviour that would be considered Harassment, and to provide guidance on informal and formal means of dealing with Harassment when it occurs

This Policy applies to all registered students of EARC, including those on part-time and distance programs, all members of staff, including honorary staff, and all visitors to EARC.

Copies of this Policy are available from the Program Manager after enrollment.

If you believe that you have suffered any type of discrimination, harassment, or victimisation
as, or by, a member of our EARC community, we take this very seriously.

We have the following procedures in place to deal with complaints.

EARC Fraud Policy

EARC Business School will not tolerate any fraudulent behavior, and will investigate
all instances of suspected fraud

Should an investigation provide sufficient evidence to suggest that fraud has been
committed, EARC Business School will refer the circumstances to the relevant
authorities for the purposes of investigation and possible prosecution.

Degree and Qualification Fraud Policy

EARC Business School has a zero-tolerance policy on the fraudulent use of degrees
and qualifications

It is illegal for any person to falsely represent themselves as having received a
degree from EARC Business School. According to Swiss Criminal Code Article 251,
the forgery of a document is a criminal offence that can be prosecuted under criminal
law and is punishable with imprisonment of up to five years or a monetary penalty
per offence. EARC Business School reserves the right to file criminal charges against
any individual who submits fraudulent documents in accordance with local and
international laws.

Online Publication of Degrees

In order to protect the identity of our students and minimise the risk of degree fraud, it is strictly forbidden to publish copies and/or pictures of degrees obtained at ARC Business School on the internet. In case of a violation, ARC Business School will formally request the removal of the publication followed by legal actions against the offending party.

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