Policy

Research Higher Degree Thesis Examination - Policy

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1. Purpose and Objectives

This policy provides a University-wide framework within which a RHD thesis is examined for the award of either the MPhil or PhD degree.

2. Definitions, Terms, Acronyms

Chair of Examiners - an academic staff member of the University nominated by the Postgraduate Coordinator (PGC) who has discipline specific expertise to represent the PGC on academic matters regarding the candidate's thesis examination.

COI - Conflict of Interest

Dean - Dean of the UQ Graduate School or delegate

Enrolling AOU- an Academic Organisational Unit that directly enrols RHD candidates

MPhil - Master of Philosophy

Open Access - Thesis publically searchable and available via the Internet

PhD - Doctor of Philosophy

Principal Advisor - takes primary academic responsibility for the candidate during their candidature with their role and eligibility outlined in PPL 4.60.01 Eligibility and Role of Research Higher Degree Advisors.

RHD - Research Higher Degree

Thesis - The material outcomes of a sustained program of supervised research undertaken by a candidate whilst enrolled in an RHD program.

Thesis embargo - Temporary embargo of a thesis for a period of up to 3 years

3. Policy Scope/Coverage

This policy applies to the thesis examination for all UQ RHD candidates for the award of the degree of MPhil or PhD.

4. Policy Statement

The award of a RHD is based on independent assessment of the quality of the research output or thesis. External, independent examiners with recognised disciplinary expertise make a written assessment of the thesis and provide a recommendation as to whether the candidate should be awarded an RHD. The final decision to recommend the award of the degree is made by the Dean.

5. Nomination of Examiners

5.1 Three examiners are nominated by the enrolling AOU for each MPhil and PhD thesis examination.

5.2 Two examiners are selected by the Dean from the list supplied by the enrolling AOU.

5.3 Examiners must be external to an independent of UQ and must have appropriate qualifications, expertise, and experience.

6. Conflict of Interest

6.1 Any actual, potential or perceived conflict of interest, as defined in the Conflict of Interest Policy (PPL 1.50.11) and the Responsible Conduct of Research Policy (PPL 4.20.02) must be declared by the enrolling AOU, the advisory team and the candidate.

6.2 As part of the invitation to examine a thesis, a potential examiner will be asked to declare any actual, potential or perceived conflicts of interest.

6.3 The existence of a COI does not automatically preclude the approval of a nominated examiner. Information provided about the nature of the conflict is assessed by the Dean in the decision making process.

6.4 If a COI arises during or after the examination the Dean may annul one or both examiners' reports in which case a replacement examiner(s) will be appointed as described in the process outlined in Section 5.

7. Thesis Submission

7.1 A candidate must be enrolled at the time the thesis is submitted for examination.

7.2 All theses are submitted for examination in electronic format.

7.3 No thesis is to exceed the maximum word limit without the approval of the Dean.

7.4 All theses must adhere to the UQ specified format for the type of thesis submitted and adhere to the preliminary pages template. For any variation in format the candidate must obtain the permission of the Dean.

7.5 Submission of a thesis without the agreement of the principal advisor(s) requires permission of the Dean, and support of the enrolling AOU.

8. Thesis Examination

8.1 Every component of the thesis, including any oral examination or creative work, must be examined and assessed as satisfactory before the degree can be awarded.

8.2 Candidates must not make contact with their examiners, or nominated examiners, unless otherwise advised by the Dean.

8.3 Once the Dean has formally invited the examiners the enrolling AOU and the advisory team must not contact examiners regarding the examination process until the candidate’s degree requirements have been met, unless otherwise advised by the Dean.

8.4 Contact with examiners by candidates, the enrolling AOU or the advisory team may result in the annulment of the examination reports and the appointment of a replacement examiner(s) by the Dean.

8.5 An examiner wishing to enter into a dialogue with another examiner, a member of the candidate’s advisory team, the chair of examiners or the candidate must direct their request via the Dean.

9. Oral Thesis Examination

9.1 An oral thesis examination may proceed upon agreement between the candidate and the enrolling AOU with the approval of the Dean.

9.2 An oral examination does not replace a written thesis examination but is conducted in addition to the written examination.

9.3 An oral examination cannot proceed unless both examiners' reports have been received and approved by the Dean.

10. Confidential Thesis Examination

10.1 A confidential examination is approved when a certain level of legal protection is required by either the enrolling AOU or a third party. For example, this situation may arise when a thesis contains material that may be commercial-in-confidence, may give rise to a patent, or may be legally or culturally sensitive.

10.2 A confidential thesis examination may proceed upon agreement between the enrolling AOU and the Dean.

10.3 Confidential examinations must be conducted under a UQ Thesis Examiner Confidentiality Agreement.

10.4 The approval of a request for a confidential thesis examination does not confer any automatic or legal right to embargo public access to the thesis after the examination is complete.

11. Thesis Examination Outcomes

11.1 Each examiner provides a written assessment of the thesis with feedback for the improvement and/or revision of the thesis as well as a recommendation as to whether the candidate be awarded an RHD.

11.2 The decision on the outcome of the thesis examination is made by the Dean, in some cases after consultation with the Chair of Examiners.

11.3 Where the outcome for the thesis examination is fail, the thesis cannot be submitted for consideration for another degree.

11.4 Candidates may be withdrawn without academic penalty if they fail to adhere to timelines to provide their thesis corrections or to resubmit their thesis for examination.

12. Award of MPhil Degree in lieu of PhD

12.1 The Dean may, on the basis of the examiners reports, conclude that the candidate's work is not sufficient for the award of a PhD but is sufficient for the award of an MPhil. The Dean will then advise the student of this decision.

12.2 Candidates must advise the Dean within 20 business days that the MPhil will be accepted.

12.3 If the MPhil is not accepted, the Dean may fail the thesis.

13. Meeting Degree Requirements

13.1 Once all required thesis revisions have been completed and approved by the Dean, candidates are required to upload a final thesis copy to the UQ eSpace.

13.2 The final thesis copy will become the official university record.

13.3 The candidate must meet all legislative requirements before the degree can be conferred.

14. Access to a Thesis

14.1 The University supports the underlying principles of making publications freely available online as described in PPL 4.20.08 Open Access for UQ Research Outputs and based on the ARC Open Access Policy and the NHMRC Dissemination of Research Findings.

Custodians
Dean, Graduate School
Professor Alastair McEwan

Procedures

Research Higher Degree Thesis Examination - Procedures

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1. Purpose and Objectives

These procedures outline the process and steps for RHD thesis examination.

2. Definitions, Terms, Acronyms

Chair of Examiners - an academic staff member of the University nominated by the Postgraduate Coordinator (PGC) who has discipline specific expertise to represent the PGC on academic matters regarding the candidate's thesis examination.

COI - Conflict of Interest

Dean - Dean of the UQ Graduate School or delegate

Enrolling AOU - an Academic Organisational Unit that directly enrols RHD candidates

MPhil - Master of Philosophy

Open Access - Thesis publically searchable and available via the internet

PhD - Doctor of Philosophy

Principal Advisor - takes primary academic responsibility for the candidate during their candidature with their role and eligibility outlined in PPL 4.60.01 (Eligibility and Role of Research Higher Degree Advisors).

RHD - Research Higher Degree

Thesis - The material outcomes of a sustained program of supervised research that has produced original findings and constitutes a coherent and cogent argument communicating the significant aspects of research and writing undertaken whilst enrolled.

3. Procedures Scope/Coverage

These procedures apply to all RHD candidates.

4. Procedures Statement

These procedures outline the steps for RHD thesis examination.

The award of a RHD is based on independent assessment of the quality of the research output or thesis. External, independent examiners with recognised disciplinary expertise make a written assessment of the thesis and provide a recommendation as to whether the candidate should be awarded an RHD. The final decision to recommend the award of the degree is made by the Dean.

5. Nomination of Examiners

5.1 Examiners are invited to examine a thesis by the Dean.

5.2 Prior to thesis submission, the enrolling AOU nominates a minimum of three thesis examiners, and provides their contact details on the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form. The enrolling AOU will also nominate a chair of examiners and a convenor (oral examinations only).

5.3 The Dean will determine which two of the three nominees will be invited to examine the thesis.

5.4 If an invited nominee is not able to assist with the examination or does not respond to the formal invitation from the Dean, another nominee will be invited. Should the list of nominees be exhausted, the Dean may refer back to the enrolling AOU for further nominations.

6. Conflict of Interest

6.1 All actual, potential or perceived COIs must be declared at the time of nomination of thesis examiners via the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form.

7. Thesis Preparation

To identify the thesis as being a UQ RHD thesis and to ensure optimal examination outcomes, the following requirements must be followed.

7.1 The thesis must not exceed 80,000 words for a PhD or 40,000 words for an MPhil. The word limit includes all footnotes and appendices but not the bibliography. Requests to exceed this word limit must be submitted to the Dean.

7.2 Formatting should be: line spacing 1.5, Times New Roman or Arial 12 pt font, all four margins 20mm, A4 size.

7.3 All theses must adhere to the preliminary pages template.

8. Thesis Submission

8.1 The thesis is considered submitted when the thesis, abstract and a fully endorsed Thesis Submission form have been uploaded to the UQ eSpace and the following requirements have also been met:

  • the candidate has indicated the type of thesis access required after conferral of the degree,
  • the thesis, abstract and fully endorsed Thesis Submission form must be in PDF format,
  • supplementary audio files are to be in MP3 format,
  • supplementary video files are to be in WMV or AVI format,
  • all documents uploaded to the UQ eSpace must not be password protected,
  • all fields in the UQ eSpace must be completed when uploading documents,
  • all documents must be attached to a singular UQ eSpace record,
  • PDF files must be saved using the following naming structure <student number> <degree type> <stage examination>. Stages of examination are: submission, or correctedthesis, or finalthesis.

8.2 Where the candidate is requesting permission to submit without the principal advisor's approval, both the candidate and the principal advisor make a written case to a committee assembled for this purpose within the enrolling AOU. This committee is usually chaired by the Head/Director of the AOU (or the Chair of the Research Committee of the AOU), and comprises the Postgraduate Coordinator (or alternate) and one other staff member with experience in the field of research and in the supervision and examination of Australian RHD theses. The committee then makes a formal recommendation to the Dean.

9. Thesis Examination

9.1.1 All examiners are supplied with an electronic copy of the thesis by the Graduate School. In exceptional cases a printed copy may be supplied upon request.

9.1.2 Examiners are asked to examine the thesis against the following criteria:

  • Does the candidate demonstrate a significant and original contribution to knowledge (PhD) or show originality in the application of knowledge (MPhil)?
  • Does the candidate engage with the literature and the work of others?
  • Does the candidate show an advanced knowledge of research principles and methods relating to the applicable discipline?
  • Is there a clear and discernable coherence in the presented research, its arguments and conclusions?
  • Is the thesis clearly, accurately and cogently written?

9.2.1 Only the thesis abstract can be supplied to an examiner by the enrolling AOU. Supply of additional information components of the thesis may result in the examiner's report being annulled.

9.2.3 The enrolling AOU must pay for any excess colour pages in printed examination copies of the thesis.

9.2.4 Examiners are requested to return their written reports within 4 weeks for an MPhil examination and 6 weeks for a PhD examination.

9.2.5 After the requisite time period, the Dean may elect to replace an examiner if there has been undue delay in receiving the examiner's report. Once a thesis has been sent to a replacement examiner, any report subsequently received from the examiner who has been replaced shall not be considered in determining the result of the examination.

    9.3 Oral thesis examination

    9.3.1 The decision to add an oral as part of the thesis examination for a candidate is discussed at the Thesis Review milestone. At this stage the decision to proceed with an oral examination can only be made by the candidate on the recommendation of the Head of School and with the approval of the Dean. Discussion at this milestone should also include identification of appropriate people for the role of chair of examiners and oral convenor.

    9.3.2 The oral examination panel is comprised of:

    • Oral Convenor - convenor of the panel. A senior academic with experience in RHD supervision or management. An oral convenor must have completed the appropriate training provided by the Graduate School. A list of suitable convenors is available on the Panel of Convenors list.
    • Examiners - preferably, at least one examiner to be physically present*. The use of video conferencing, Skype, etc. are seen as appropriate.
    • Chair of Examiners - an academic member of the University with discipline specific knowledge.
    • Postgraduate Coordinator (or delegate) - as an observer (optional member).

    9.3.3 The advisory team does not form part of the examination panel.

    9.3.4 The AOU notifies the Graduate School that an oral will be part of the thesis examination on the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form and identifies the chair of examiners and the oral convenor.

    9.3.5 The Graduate School will advise the candidate of the final thesis outcome and will forward the candidate the two examiners' reports and report of the oral examination panel. If changes to the thesis are required, the process follows the same as for a thesis examination by written reports only, i.e. the candidate must upload the copy of the corrected thesis plus a list of the changes made to the thesis to the UQ eSpace prior to completion of the paperwork for the conferral of the degree.

    9.4 Confidential thesis examination

    9.4.1 If there may be a need for a confidential examination of the thesis, candidates and advisors are advised to contact UQ Research and Innovation (UQR&I) for advice in the first instance.

    9.4.2 A request for a confidential examination is indicated by completing the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form.

    9.4.3 Examiners are advised to seek independent legal advice prior to signing the Confidentiality Agreement, which may delay the examination beyond the standard examination duration.

    9.4.4 Where a confidentiality agreement is applied, examiners agree not to disclose any of the thesis content and to return or delete all copies of materials relating to the thesis including the thesis.

    10. Thesis Examination Outcomes

    10.1 Possible outcomes for a PhD or an MPhil include:

    1. The candidate be awarded the degree without further changes.
    2. The candidate be awarded the degree without further examination after the changes required by examiners have been made to the satisfaction of the Chair of Examiners and the Dean.
    3. The candidate be awarded the degree without further examination after the changes required by examiners have been made to the satisfaction of the relevant Examiner, the Chair of Examiners and the Dean.
    4. The candidate not yet be awarded the degree, but be allowed to resubmit a thesis revised in response to the comments and recommendations of the examiner(s).

    10.2 The following table guides the process in determining the examination outcome following receipt of the examiners' reports by the UQ Graduate School:

    10.2 Thesis Corrections

    10.2.1 Thesis corrections are made in response to outcomes 1 to 3 in section 10.1 or section 10.3 in the case of an outcome of revise and resubmit.

    10.2.2 the enrolling AOU will forward a fully endorsed Recommendation to Confer Degree form once satisfied the candidate has made the changes requested by the examiner(s) or satisfactorily defended on academic grounds the absence of changes.

    10.2.3 A candidate can request a 3 month extension to complete the thesis corrections. Candidates who do not submit their thesis corrections for review following this extended period may be withdrawn from the program without academic penalty.

    10.3 Revise and resubmit

    10.3.1 When a candidate receives an outcomes of revise and resubmit the thesis will be re-examined by both original examiners. If any of the original examiners are unable to re-examine the revised thesis, replacement examiner/s will be nominated by the enrolling AOU on the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form and appointed by the Dean.

    10.3.2 Following revision of the thesis, the submission process, as outlined in Section 8, is repeated.

    10.3.3 Examiners will be sent the resubmitted thesis, the original examiners' reports and candidate's response to the examiners' comments.

    10.3.4 Where both examiners disagree on the examination outcome following revision of the thesis (i.e. one examiner recommends award of the degree and the other recommends the degree not be awarded), the Dean may appoint a third examiner nominated by the enrolling AOU. All three reports will be considered by the Dean of the Graduate School in arriving at an examination outcome.

    10.3.5 If a candidate has an outcome of revise and resubmit, when the thesis is re-examined, the possible outcomes for the thesis include outcomes 1 to 3 as described in section 10 as well as:

    1. MPhil (for a PhD re-examination only) - The thesis is not of an appropriate standard for a PhD but fulfils the criteria for an MPhil.
    2. Fail - The thesis is not of the appropriate standard for the award of any research higher degree.

    10.3.6 Candidates who do not resubmit their thesis for re-examination within a 12 month initial period, may request an extension for a period not exceeding 3 months (MPhil) or 6 months (PhD). Following this extended period a candidate may request a final 3 month extension, after which time they may be liable for withdrawal from the degree without academic penalty.

    11. Role of the Chair of Examiners

    11.1 The Chair of Examiners acts as the delegate of the Enrolling AOU's PGC for academic matters regarding the candidate's thesis examination.

    11.2 Where a Chair of Examiners is not appointed, the PGC retains the role for that candidate unless the PGC is part of the candidate's advisory team. In this case the head of the enrolling AOU will assume this role.

    12. Meeting Degree Requirements

    12.1 The candidate must confirm their field of study and thesis title are correct and enter a 100 word abstract into mySI-net when directed by the Graduate School.

    12.2 Once the above are completed, the candidate will receive confirmation from the Graduate School that degree requirements have been met.

    12.3 Candidates are required to pay for any additional costs above the limit set by the Graduate School for the complimentary permanent bound hard copy of the thesis.

    13. Access to a Thesis

    13.1 In accordance with PPL 4.20.08 and subject to Clause 13.2, upon submitting the thesis for examination, a candidate will determine whether he/she intends to have the thesis made available immediately upon conferral as Open Access or to apply for an Embargo placed on access on the basis of academic, cultural, ethical, legal or commercial reasons. The application must be supported by the candidate's Principal Advisor and be approved by the Dean. If approved, the embargo will be set for a 3 year period in the first instance. Where the candidate and Principal Advisor have differing views on the selection of the access option, the matter will be referred to the Dean for determination.

    13.2 In circumstances where a candidate has transferred their IP to the University, the Principal Advisor will make a recommendation to the Dean on the thesis access arrangements, taking academic, cultural, ethical, legal and commercial factors into consideration. In cases where the Principal Advisor is not employed by the University a recommendation will be sought from the Head of the AOU.

    13.3 Every three years for theses under Embargo, the Graduate School will make contact with the thesis author, or the Principal Advisor in the case where IP has been transferred to the University, to advise that the Embargo period is due for review. Where the Principal Advisor is not employed by the University, the matter will be referred to the Head of the enrolling unit for a recommendation.

    13.4 Requests for renewal of the Embargo will be considered by the Dean. In the absence of an approved request for an Embargo extension, a thesis will transfer to Open Access.

    13.5 The University's responsibilities outlined in PPL 4.20.08, together with any relevant academic, cultural, ethical, legal or commercial factors should be considered when determining whether a request will be made for an Embargo extension.

    Custodians
    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan

    Guidelines

    Research Higher Degree Thesis Examination - Guidelines

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    1. Conflict of Interest

    The Graduate School ensures that all thesis examiners act with integrity. All Conflicts of Interest (COI) are declared so that a thesis may be assessed free from any perception of bias or preferential treatment. UQ's COI guidelines are informed by those of the Universities Australia Deans and Directors of Graduate Schools.

    1.1 Relationships that would normally exclude a potential examiner include:

    Working:

    • Examiner is in negotiation to directly employ or be employed by the candidate or advisor;
    • Examiner was a candidate of the advisor within the past 5 years;
    • Examiner has directly employed or been employed by the advisor or candidate within the past 5 years.

    Personal/Legal

    • Examiner is legally family or known relative to the advisor or candidate is a legal guardian or has power of attorney for the advisor or candidate.

    Other

    • Examiner has a formal grievance with UQ;
    • Examiner is a current academic staff member at UQ or has a current Honorary, Adjunct or Emeritus position or is an academic title holder (Medicine) with UQ.

    1.2 Working relationships with the examiner are to be declared on the Nomination of Thesis Examiners form and which may lead to exclusion as an examiner include:

    • Examiner has co-authored a paper with the candidate or advisor within the last 5 years;
    • Examiner has worked with the candidate on matters regarding the thesis, e.g. previous member of the advisory team;
    • Examiner has employed the candidate or advisor or been employed by the candidate or advisor within the last 5 years;
    • Examiner has acted as a referee for the candidate or advisor for employment;
    • Examiner has co-supervised with the advisor in the past 5 years;
    • Examiner holds a patent with the advisor granted no more than 8 years ago and which is still in force;
    • Examiner holds a current grant with the advisor.

    The examples provided above are indicative and are not considered exhaustive.

    2. Oral Examination

    2.1 Examiners are invited to examine the thesis in the knowledge that an oral thesis examination will be held as part of the examination process. Examiners are requested to provide a full written report and a preliminary recommendation on the thesis outcome for consideration by the Graduate School.

    2.2 The oral thesis examination should not be scheduled prior to two weeks after the date on which the last examiners' report is due at the Graduate School.

    2.3 Examiners' reports and summary recommendation are submitted directly to the Graduate School. If reports are misguidedly sent directly to the enrolling AOU by the examiner and not to the Graduate School, the enrolling AOU must forward them to the Graduate School. Failure to do this will result in a cancellation and re-scheduling of the oral thesis examination.

    2.4 Only when both reports have been received by the Graduate School will they be forwarded to the oral convenor. The oral convenor will also receive the summary recommendation from each examiner (if provided).

    2.5 The oral convenor (via the PGAO) will distribute the examiners' reports to the oral examination panel members and the principal advisor. The reports can also be forwarded to the candidate unless there appears to be material within the reports that would be distressing to the candidate. Under these circumstances the Chair of Examiners and the advisory team should meet with the candidate to discuss examiner reports. Only after this discussion should the reports be provided to the candidate. The summary recommendation forms are not distributed.

    2.6 The candidate should receive the examiners' reports at least 48 hours prior to the oral examination. If this is unable to be achieved then the oral examination should be postponed or cancelled.

    2.7 All organisational and financial commitments for an oral are the responsibility of the enrolling AOU. The PGAO liaises with the oral convenor. For practical reasons the PGAO may also liaise with the chair of examiners for local arrangements but ensure that the oral convenor is kept informed of organisational matters.

    2.8 Candidate to provide seminar on their thesis work - seminar should be an open forum and typically no more than 1 hour in duration. The seminar should be attended by the oral examination panel.

    2.9 At the conclusion of the seminar, the candidate and the oral examination panel conduct a closed interview during which time the panel discusses the thesis with the candidate. The oral convenor chairs this closed session.

    2.10 At the conclusion of the interview with the candidate, the panel will meet in the absence of the candidate to discuss the outcome and produce a short written report and a summary recommendation that should be submitted to the Graduate School within two business days. This report will contain a preliminary recommendation on the thesis outcome and will delineate any changes required to be made to the thesis before the conferral of the degree. If the comments are substantially different from the preliminary reports of the examiners then a justification of these differences must be included in the report.

    2.11 The panel may advise the candidate of their preliminary recommendation. However, the determination of thesis outcome remains the Dean's final recommendation, which is based on the examiners' reports (this includes the report from the oral examination panel).

    3. Chair of Examiners

    3.1 The Chair of Examiners:

    • is nominated for each RHD candidate whose thesis is submitted for examination
    • is identified at the thesis review milestone
    • is an academic staff member of UQ
    • is a member of UQ's Principal Advisor Registry
    • must hold a degree of a level equivalent to or greater than the one the thesis is being examined for
    • must be familiar with the research discipline represented in the candidate's thesis, or in the case of multi-disciplinary theses, be familiar with part of the research discipline represented by the thesis
    • must not be a current or former member of the advisor team.

    3.2 Duties of the Chair of Examiners

    • To review and determine the adequacy of the response of the candidate to the examiner(s) comments and recommendations.
    • To provide specific academic advice to the Dean on an examiner(s)' thesis recommendations when requested. This may occur when the examiners' recommendations are highly divergent or when there is a recommendation of revise and resubmit. The Chair of Examiners is expected to confer with the candidate's advisory team must confine his/her comments to the matters raised in the examiner(s)' reports.
    Custodians
    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan

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    Nomination of Thesis Examiners for RHD Candidates - Form

    Nomination of Thesis Examiners for RHD Candidates - Form

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    This form is used to nominate thesis examiners for RHD candidates.

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    Professor Alastair McEwan
    Recommendation to Confer Degree for RHD Candidates - Form

    Recommendation to Confer Degree for RHD Candidates - Form

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    This form is used to recommend conferral of an RHD degree.

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    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan
    Thesis Submission for RHD Candidates - Form

    Thesis Submission for RHD Candidates - Form

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    This form is used by RHD candidates to submit a thesis.

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    Professor Alastair McEwan
    Timetable for Completing Thesis Corrections for RHD Candidates - Form

    Timetable for Completing Thesis Corrections for RHD Candidates - Form

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    This form is used to advise the timetable for completing corrections or revisions to an RHD thesis.

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    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan
    Custodians
    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan
    Custodians
    Dean, Graduate School
    Professor Alastair McEwan