Answered By: Monique Ritchie Last Updated: 11 Apr, 2018 Views: 1202
If you are a PhD student, your thesis must undergo a thesis originality check, before formal submission for examination, as outlined in the Code of Practice for research degrees.
A centrally managed service, CheckIt, was set up and managed by Library Services in September 2014. Digital Examinations then managed the service until August 2017.
As of 1 January 2018, the service is managed by the administration team in the Taught Programmes Office (TPO) in each academic College using WISEflow, the University's platform for digital assessment.
At least two weeks before formal submission, you will need to confirm your intention to submit your thesis with the administrators for your College via email:
- Business, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences: email@example.com
- Health and Life Sciences: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will then receive email notification that a submission point is available for you on WISEflow along with a direct link. You will also be able to sign in to WISEFlow and access your submission point from your overview. Please allow up to five working days for your thesis to be processed once you have uploaded it to the system.