Hardbound thesis / dissertation / fyp

Accept the thesis subject to minor corrections. In this case, you will have a certain period (often three months) to make the corrections, which the internal examiner will check before formally accepting the thesis. (There is usually no second viva on the corrected thesis.) In this case, the date on the hardbound thesis should be the date that the corrected version is completed and given to the internal examiner to check.

Hardbound thesis / dissertation / fyp

2. A Library Form is bound in as the first page of each copy of your hardbound thesis.

The minimum requirements for the Hardbound thesis are as follows:

Conferring Ceremonies  Spring (25 Feb – 1 Mar 2013) Examiners report returned by January 9th Examiners report returned by January 9th Hardbound Thesis submitted by January 17th Hardbound Thesis submitted by January 17th  Summer (Mid June 2013) Examiners report returned by April 10th Examiners report returned by April 10th Hardbound Thesis submitted by May 9th Hardbound Thesis submitted by May 9th  Autumn (October 2013) Examiners report returned by August 20th Examiners report returned by August 20th Hardbound Thesis submitted by September 3rd Hardbound Thesis submitted by September 3rd

What date goes on your hardbound PhD thesis

Deadline Dates DEADLINE for Examiners Report to be submitted to GSO ACGSC Dates 2012/13 Relevant Conferring Cermony *(note below) Deadline for Hardbound thesis (post viva/ examination) 13th August th August 2012Autumn (22nd - 30th October 2012)3rd September th September th September 2012Spring (25 Feb - 1 Mar 2013)17th January th November th November 2012Spring (25 Feb - 1 Mar 2013)17th January rd January 20139th January 2013Spring (25 Feb - 1 Mar 2013)17th January th February th February 2013Summer (June 2013)9th May th March th April 2013Summer (June 2013)9th May th May 20135th June 2013Autumn (October 2013)3rd September th August th August 2013Autumn (October 2013)3rd September th November 2013 ACGSC Dates for 2013/14 will be scheduled early Sept. 2013, as soon as they are available they will be published on this websiteSpring (February 2013)16th January 2014 *A candidate's conferring is dependent on Examiner's Report being approved at a particular meeting. Subsequent to approval at ACGSC, the candidate must submit their hardbound thesis at least one month in advance of the conferring ceremony.

The name of your department or centre must be used on title pages, and the spines of hardbound theses. The name must appear exactly as follows:
Hardbound thesis submission

SUBMISSION OF HARDBOUND THESIS FORM

Accept the thesis without requiring corrections. In this case, the hardbound thesis will be the same as the submitted version except possibly for fixing typos etc. In this case, the date on the hardbound version should be the same as the date on the submitted version.

Hardbound Thesis

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You may also be required to submit a hard bound copy of your dissertation to your school or supervisor (If you are submitting your hardbound thesis by post, you may also submit this copy to the Postgraduate Examinations Office and we'll send it on for you in due course).

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You may also be required to submit a hard bound copy of your dissertation to your school or supervisor (If you are submitting your hardbound thesis by post, you may also submit this copy to the Postgraduate Examinations Office and we'll send it on for you in due course).