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Serious and critical matters

If someone or something in your learning environment poses a serious danger to people, the environment or material values, please let us know.

Examples of serious matters:

  • Bullying/harassment
  • Unwanted sexual attention
  • Breach of research ethical guidelines, plagiarism etc.
  • Financial misconduct
  • Critical IT failure or vulnerability (see separate link below)

The report may apply to matters that have arisen between students or between staff and students.

You will receive an automatic reply confirming that your report was received. All reports are taken seriously and will be followed up.

Submit a report about serious matters here 

You will receive feedback within three working days about how the case will progress and who is handling it.

However, if you do not hear from us, you can contact one of the legal advisers, either Heidi Fosse Mathisen in the HR Department, or Ingrid Stokkeland in the Department of Education.

You will be notified when the case has been processed.


Further information:

A report about a serious IT failure or vulnerability (link to email)

Do you want to file an anonymous report?

Do you risk anything by speaking out?

Do you want to report something externally?

Is a student suitable for the profession?

Our policy on sexual harassment


Would you like to talk to someone?

Are you still unsure about what to do or have any questions about the reporting form etc.? See our list of contact persons for advice and guidance on the landing page.