Coursework awards require mandatory digital submission of your Thesis. Coursework submission accepts research components of Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas, Masters by Coursework, Doctor of Public Health (commenced prior to 2013) and Doctorate of Education (commenced prior to 2014). Honours theses are excluded.
- You are no longer required to seek formatting approval from the Special Collections Librarian with 'four representative pages' prior to examination.
This is a 3 step process as follows:
2. Preparation of thesis file/s (open access version and approved thesis in PDF)
3. Digital submission through an online form (with embargo optioni)
Formatting Coursework Award Theses
According to the Research Components of Postgraduate Coursework Awards Clause 10 Submission of Research Component for Examination, Section 10.1
10.1 The research component must be submitted for examination in a form consistent with the requirements of Appendix F, Rules for Higher Degrees Theses of the Research Higher Degrees Policy.
According to the Research Components of Postgraduate Coursework Awards Clause 10 Submission of Research Component for Examination, section 10.5:
10.5 Each School shall publish the expected format and length required of a research component.
Digital submission formatting requirement: Submit thesis as a PDF.