Theses and dissertations
Presentation and submission
For a successful initial thesis submission, please contact the School of Graduate Studies three months in advance of your submission appointment. We will email you the information you need in order to submit, and initiate your thesis examination process.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctoral Candidates – Including Publications in a Thesis Policy and Procedures
Requirements that must be met by doctoral candidates who wish to include publication/s in their theses.
Doctoral Candidates – Including Publications in a Thesis Guidelines
Supplementary information for doctoral candidates who wish to include publication/s in their theses.
Editing and proofreading
Third Party Editing and Proofreading of Theses and Dissertations Guidelines
Clarifies the contribution permitted by third parties, including professional editors.
The University does not expect that doctoral candidates will employ a professional proof reader or copy editor. If you choose to do so, those listed in the document below have experience in proofreading and copy editing at tertiary level.
The School of Graduate Studies has no formal association with these people and takes no responsibility for the work that they undertake for you. Any work they do for you must comply with the University’s Third Party Editing and Proofreading of Theses and Dissertation Guidelines.
Postgraduate Students Thesis Embargo Guidelines
Clarifies the terms under which you may request an embargo be placed on public access to your thesis.
Information on the respective requirements and responsibilities of supervisors and students.