Theses including publications - The University of Sydney.
The submission requirements for the examination of a Thesis is outlined in the HDR Thesis Examination Procedure. 3.16.2 Permanent binding of final copy. If a request has been made for the final Thesis to be printed, A4 (297 mm x 210 mm) good quality bond (at least 73GSM) is to be used. Double sided printing is recommended. The binding of the Thesis will consist of sewing and binding with full.
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This outlines the procedures for HDR thesis examinations at Flinders. This will help you understand the process and what to expect. Review information for examiners You may wish to look at the examiner’s report form template. This will give you an idea of what criteria the examiners will use to assess your thesis. Allow time for feedback from supervisors A final thesis is a large document.
Specific requirements for the thesis by compilation are set out in the Higher Degree Research (HDR) Thesis by Compilation Guidelines. 5. There is no prescribed minimum length for a thesis as this will vary depending on the research topic and the form of presentation. If the thesis is longer than 100,000 words examiners are notified and may refuse to be involved in the examination. 5 Nomination.
HDR Thesis Rules Table of Contents 1. Governing Policy 2. Scope 3. Presentation requirements 4. Research integrity requirements 5. Content of thesis for submission 6. Theses in a creative or artistic discipline 7. Inclusion of published material in thesis that follows a time-based supervised program of research and study 8. Thesis for PhD by Prior Published Work 9. Thesis in language other.
Advisors of HDR candidates are expected to provide editorial advice to their students. Students are permitted to use additional editors in preparing their thesis for submission for examination, but should discuss this with their primary advisor and provide the editor with a copy of the following guidelines before they commence work.
Thesis writing is one of the most important and difficult skills to master during your HDR candidature. UNSW Medicine and UNSW SACS have developed the HDR Thesis Writing Workshop series that is aimed to teach thesis writing skills to candidates for the purpose of encouraging timely submission. Practical and useful thesis writing tips via interactive pre-workshop materials, post-workshop tasks.