Thesis Examination

Permanent binding is arranged by the Uniprint, which normally takes about three to four weeks.Uniprint will forward bound copies directly to your school for distribution.The Thesis Proposal Examination is designed to evaluate a candidate’s ability to plan, conduct and communicate independent research in both oral and written form.

As the reports are received these milestones will change to achieved.If you do not have access to student connect please contact [email protected] for assistance.The examination process normally takes four to five months, however due to the nature of the process, may take longer.You can follow the progression of your thesis examination in your milestones on Student Connect.An ‘Examiner Report’ milestone will be added for each examiner.There are 10 steps in the thesis examination process.A completed Nomination of Thesis Examiners form and a copy of the thesis abstract should be submitted to the Graduate Research School at least three weeks before the intended thesis submission date.On receipt of all reports, the board decides on a classification.The school will be contacted if the board requires school comments on the reports.Examiners are asked to provide a written report six weeks from the date of receipt of a thesis, however may request additional time.The Graduate Research School communicates extensively with examiners and follows up outstanding examiners’ reports as a priority, however we are not able to provide details of this or about the content of the reports we have received, during the examination process.

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