Tallin University revokes degree due to plagiarized thesis (Estonia)

Tallin University Academic Committee voted to revoke the bachelor's degree of an Estonian politician, Rainer Vakra, upon establishing that his thesis was largely plagiarized. According to administrative practices at Estonian universities, graduates are allowed to write a new thesis if plagiarism took place. In the case of Tallin University, the new thesis must be submitted within two years of the Committee's decision.

 

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