Answered By: Thesis Team Last Updated: 12 Jan, 2017 Views: 371
Brunel University London requires all doctorate and MPhil graduates to submit their thesis to the Library twice: first, before formal submission for examination and again, following award.
1. Submitting your draft thesis to the Library
Before formal submission, the final draft of the thesis should be sent to CheckIt, the Library's thesis check service using the plagiarism detection software, Turnitin. CheckIt generates a report within five working days, which is sent to both the student and the supervisor for review. More information on CheckIt is available from the Library's Submitting your thesis web page.
CheckIt, Library Research Support Services
2. Submitting your final, corrected thesis to the Library
Following award, successful theses are then submitted to the Library for deposit in BURA, the University's open access research archive, as required under University regulations.
Please supply the Library with:
- A CD/DVD containing the final, corrected version of your thesis as a single unsecured file in PDF or Word format; including appendices;
- A copy of your award letter from Registry
- A completed Thesis Deposit Licence Form (see file at the bottom of this answer)
To submit your thesis following award of your degree, please go to the Library Help Desk. Alternatively you can send all of the above to:
Library, Bannerman Centre
Brunel University London, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH, United Kingdom
Links to further information and forms are available from the Submitting your thesis page on our website.