University of Leicester does not provide a proofreading service. Here is the policy:
Where a proof-reader or proof-reading service is used they may:Proof-reading is the final stage of producing a piece of written work and therefore, whenever possible, the University believes that students should carry out their own proof-reading. Where a student chooses to ask another individual to proof-read their work or engages a proof-reading service to undertake this task they must adhere to the following rules.
|1.||In all cases work submitted by a student must be their own work and any use of a third party proof-reader or proof-reading or editing service must not compromise the authorship of the work submitted.|
|2.||Students should consult their department on its policy with respect to the use of proof-readers for particular programmes and modules and ensure that they adhere to the relevant rules.|
|3.||Students should declare that a proof-reader has been used on submission of their work.|
|4.||Where a proof-reader or proof-reading service is used they may:
|5.||Where a proof-reader or proof-reading service is used they must not:
|6.||Failure to adhere to the above requirements will result in an investigation under the academic dishonesty regulation and appropriate penalties will be applied.|
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Notice: Proofreading for Students is an independent professional proofreading service for students; it is not affiliated in any way with the above-named academic institution.