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About PhD Thesis

Formatting your thesis

Notes on the arrangement of theses and their preparation for binding and deposit ,After examination, a final printed copy of the thesis must be deposited in the Library, and you must also deposit an electronic copy of your work in the University’s eTheses Repository.Your Supervisor or Department may request a copy of your finished thesis.

Thesis word limit

“On submitting your thesis for examination you are required to complete a declaration form confirming the word length of your thesis. You should therefore be aware of the maximum word length for your thesis.The stated maximum number of words excludes tables, diagrams (including associated legends), appendices, references, footnotes and endnotes, the bibliography and any bound published material.A thesis that exceeds the maximum number of words will not be accepted for examination unless permission to exceed the stated word count has been granted by the Research Progress & Awards Sub Panel. Permission to exceed the stated word count is only granted in exceptional circumstances. If you consider that you will not be able to meet the stated word limited, you are advised to discuss this with your supervisor at an early stage. ”

Language of your thesis

“Your thesis must be written in English, unless you have been granted exemption by the University’s Research Progress and Awards Sub Panel to submit in another language.”

Acknowledging collaborative work

“If any material is included in your thesis which is a result of collaborative working, you must include details of how much of the work is your own and how much is that of other people.It is also important to seek the prior agreement of those other people to make your thesis available in the University eTheses Repository. ”

Previously published or submitted work

“You may include work that has already been published providing the work is properly integrated, either in the thesis or as an appendix to which reference is made”

Prepare for the viva

“Don’t just focus on the thesis – the viva is very important too and examiners’ opinions can change following a successful viva. Remember that you are the expert in your specific field, not the examiners, and ask your supervisor to arrange a mock viva if practically possible.”

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