Non-traditional submission formats such as video files or audio files will continue to be accepted according to disciplinary norms. Following the table of contents, a declaration should be included stating that the thesis submitted is the candidate's own work and has not been submitted for another degree. The following wording should be used:. All external references and sources are clearly acknowledged and identified within the contents.
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Please make sure you are aware of your start date. If you have made changes to your registration for example leave of absence this will change your submission date. Research students start in January, April, July or October, and usually agree a registration period of 3 or 4 years from their start date. Students can submit any time in their last year of study. Students must begin planning for thesis submission 6 months before their submission date.
Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETDs)
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From January onwards, hard copy theses are no longer required by the University. If you are a doctoral or research masters' student approaching your final thesis submission deadline, you will need to:. An e-thesis or electronic thesis describes a thesis in digital form that is generally accessed via the internet. Access to, and storage of, electronic theses is usually facilitated by open access repositories such as the UCC institutional repository, CORA.