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If you are ready to submit your digital thesis to the Apollo repository now, go to Symplectic Elements.

Following a decision made by the Board of Graduate Studies at its meeting on 4 July 2017, from 1 October 2017 all PhD students will be required to deposit both a hard copy and an electronic copy of their thesis to the University Library. More information on the requirements to deposit your thesis can be found here.

These pages contain advice on common concerns that PhD students have about sharing their theses including the question of who owns the copyright in your thesis. They also contain practical information about how to prepare your thesis for uploading. Follow the links on the left hand side menu to find out more.


Watch Vice-President of the Graduate Union, Nikita Hari, give her advice to students who are preparing to submit a digital thesis to Apollo.

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