If your examiners have not yet been appointed, or your External Examiner has been asked to sign a confidentiality agreement prior to receiving your thesis, there may be a delay between the submission of your thesis/dissertation and the date it is posted for examination.
If you are registered as a full-time postgraduate research student, you remain eligible for Council Tax exemption until your first year of continuation status (writing up) has passed or you have submitted your first thesis for examination, whichever is earlier.
A non-conforming submission may have to be redesigned and resubmitted, with a possible delay in degree conferral.
Previously approved dissertations are not a reliable guide for preparation of a manuscript as guidelines may have changed.
You need to submit your thesis for assessment to your College Office - your supervisor will be able to advise on where to submit.
Grounds for the award of postgraduate research degrees are found in the Postgraduate Degree Regulations in the At least two, soft-bound copies of each thesis containing an abstract and lay summary, and one electronic copy of each thesis, abstract and lay summary must be submitted to your College Office.
If you are not submitting electronically, you may schedule a paper dissertation format, or paper submission appointment with the Registrar's Office.
Students with last names ending, A-L Students with last names ending, M-Z Take a few minutes to review the Copyright and Publication Considerations before you submit your e Dissertation/e Thesis.
Your College Office will invite you to submit your final thesis and provide guidance on how to do this.
More information can be found on College webpages, the University Library’s theses website, or by contacting your College Office.