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Guidelines for Submission of MPhil/PhD Thesis

Before submission.

Approximately three months before you submit your thesis you should complete a Notification of Submission form. These are available from Student Services, room B9 in the Portland Building. This should be signed by your supervisor and returned to the Faculty Office. 

The form includes the date you intend to submit your thesis. This is for guidance only and you do not need to worry if you submit several days earlier or later. If the date changes significantly you should let the Faculty know.

Typing your thesis

Theses should be in typescript, A4 paper, with single or one and a half line spacing. The text should be single sided — right hand pages only. The paper should be white, A4 within the range 70g/m2 to 100g/m2.

There should be a margin of at least 1.5 inches (4cm), on the left side of the page to allow for binding. The other three margins (top, bottom and right) should be of at least 1 inch (2.5cm). It is also important to check that any tables, diagrams, photographs etc also have suitable margins.

Students are also advised to look at recent theses in the Library and to take advice from their supervisor.

It cannot be stressed too strongly the need for careful checking of spelling, grammar and punctuation and attention to style of referencing and references.

First submission (soft bound)

You need to submit two copies of your thesis to the Faculty Office. Most people take the copies in person — if you are sending the copies by post we recommend that you send them by some more secure means (e.g., recorded delivery).

There are no specific regulations about binding at this stage but the following may be of some guidance:

Thermal binding: very popular and does a good job. We understand you can do up to 350 pages before it has to be split into two volumes (perfectly acceptable). The glue can be guillotined off for the final binding. Available from NU Printers at University Park: same day service, cost approximately £2.20.

Springback binders: these look nice as the hard covers protect the pages and have the advantage that you can re-use pages easily. Good for up to 2" (5cm) but not the cheapest option. Of course you can always re-use the binder, and you can reorganise the pages once bound if necessary (if you suddenly realise you used the wrong version of a table for example!) which you can’t if it has been thermal bound.

Comb/spiral binding: not the best, especially with larger theses. The are available in stores. Difficult to re-use pages.

Slide binders: Not recommended: pages can slip out especially with the thicker theses and can be hard to read.

Ring binders/lever arch files: Not recommended: disadvantage that you cannot re-use the pages for your final bound thesis, doesn’t look as good and difficult to send in the post to Examiners

Once your thesis is submitted you will be called for a viva voce examination. Arrangements for this are the responsibility of the Internal Examiner, who will also give you feedback on the outcome of the examination. Most people have a small number of corrections to make following the examination and you will be informed what these are and the length of time allowed for them. It is usually 3 months.

The corrections will have to be approved by the Examiners before final submission. In most cases this will be done by the Internal Examiner who will then inform the Faculty Office that the corrections meet the Examiners approval.

After the thesis has been corrected it is highly recommended that you make a pdf copy of the thesis on a CD ROM. If you wish this pdf file may be placed on a thesis server in the future.

Final submission

You do not need a hard copy of your thesis.  Upload your final thesis to ethesis website, further information can be found in the Quality Manual . Copies of the following forms need to be deposited at Student Services 

  • Completed Deposit and Loan form
  • 2 copies of the Title Page (photocopies acceptable)
  • 2 copies of the Abstract (photocopies acceptable)

All the above still applies even if your supervisor has recommended a restriction on your thesis.

Theses should contain a title page giving details in the following style:

The Geology of the East Midlands

by John Robinson, BSc

Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham

for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, May* 1990

* or October, as the case may be

The title page should be followed by a Table of Contents and then by the Abstract.

PhD 1990 J Robinson

In the unlikely event of a thesis having of two or more volumes, the volume number should precede the degree title, ie:

 Vol No. PhD 1990 J Robinson

The title of the thesis should be lettered in gold on the front cover in a position above the centre, as follows:

THE GEOLOGY OF THE EAST MIDLANDS

Further Reading

Students should refer to the relevant sections of the Research Students and Supervisors: A Guide 2009/2010. Copies available from the School Office. Pages 26–32 are particularly useful.

Candidates may also find useful advice in the ISD Guide No. 13: Getting Your Thesis Typed and Bound, copies of which are available from the Library. This also includes a list of local bookbinders (without implying official endorsement) which may prove useful.

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This is a thesis template for the PhD students of University of Nottingham. This template is also available on Overleaf at https://www.overleaf.com/read/bncnxkdsnhjf

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Thanks Li Yue for her efforts of conducting the thesis template, which is available at: https://github.com/imyueli/NottinghamThesisTemplate

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What’s Included: The Dissertation Template

If you’re preparing to write your dissertation, thesis or research project, our free dissertation template is the perfect starting point. In the template, we cover every section step by step, with clear, straightforward explanations and examples .

The template’s structure is based on the tried and trusted best-practice format for formal academic research projects such as dissertations and theses. The template structure reflects the overall research process, ensuring your dissertation or thesis will have a smooth, logical flow from chapter to chapter.

The dissertation template covers the following core sections:

  • The title page/cover page
  • Abstract (sometimes also called the executive summary)
  • Table of contents
  • List of figures /list of tables
  • Chapter 1: Introduction  (also available: in-depth introduction template )
  • Chapter 2: Literature review  (also available: in-depth LR template )
  • Chapter 3: Methodology (also available: in-depth methodology template )
  • Chapter 4: Research findings /results (also available: results template )
  • Chapter 5: Discussion /analysis of findings (also available: discussion template )
  • Chapter 6: Conclusion (also available: in-depth conclusion template )
  • Reference list

Each section is explained in plain, straightforward language , followed by an overview of the key elements that you need to cover within each section. We’ve also included practical examples to help you understand exactly what’s required in each section.

The cleanly-formatted Google Doc can be downloaded as a fully editable MS Word Document (DOCX format), so you can use it as-is or convert it to LaTeX.

FAQs: Dissertation Template

What format is the template (doc, pdf, ppt, etc.).

The dissertation template is provided as a Google Doc. You can download it in MS Word format or make a copy to your Google Drive. You’re also welcome to convert it to whatever format works best for you, such as LaTeX or PDF.

What types of dissertations/theses can this template be used for?

The template follows the standard best-practice structure for formal academic research projects such as dissertations or theses, so it is suitable for the vast majority of degrees, particularly those within the sciences.

Some universities may have some additional requirements, but these are typically minor, with the core structure remaining the same. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to double-check your university’s requirements before you finalise your structure.

Will this work for a research paper?

A research paper follows a similar format, but there are a few differences. You can find our research paper template here .

Is this template for an undergrad, Masters or PhD-level thesis?

This template can be used for a dissertation, thesis or research project at any level of study. It may be slight overkill for an undergraduate-level study, but it certainly won’t be missing anything.

How long should my dissertation/thesis be?

This depends entirely on your university’s specific requirements, so it’s best to check with them. As a general ballpark, Masters-level projects are usually 15,000 – 20,000 words in length, while Doctoral-level projects are often in excess of 60,000 words.

What about the research proposal?

If you’re still working on your research proposal, we’ve got a template for that here .

We’ve also got loads of proposal-related guides and videos over on the Grad Coach blog .

How do I write a literature review?

We have a wealth of free resources on the Grad Coach Blog that unpack how to write a literature review from scratch. You can check out the literature review section of the blog here.

How do I create a research methodology?

We have a wealth of free resources on the Grad Coach Blog that unpack research methodology, both qualitative and quantitative. You can check out the methodology section of the blog here.

Can I share this dissertation template with my friends/colleagues?

Yes, you’re welcome to share this template. If you want to post about it on your blog or social media, all we ask is that you reference this page as your source.

Can Grad Coach help me with my dissertation/thesis?

Within the template, you’ll find plain-language explanations of each section, which should give you a fair amount of guidance. However, you’re also welcome to consider our dissertation and thesis coaching services .

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There are also examples of the thesis title and abstract pages in submission and completion section of the Quality Handbook . 

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Thesis Templates

The University provides templates in Word and LateX which meet the requirements set out in the Regulations.  

Training : iSolutions also offer sessions on using Word to work with text, graphics and page layout in your thesis and turning your thesis into a PDF/A. The full course schedule and booking links can be found in the PGR Development Hub

Word or LaTeX?

LaTeX is extensively used by engineers and scientists because it handles maths and equations brilliantly, and by linguists because it can cope with multiple (and obscure) languages.  The University now offers Professional Accounts via Overleaf. Sign up for an account via the University of Southampton portal .

Word is the most widely used word processing software in the university. Unless you will be including lots of special character sets or equations, we would recommend using Word.

Whole thesis template

Use this to produce the whole thesis in one long Word document. It contains all of the required sections from title page to bibliography, with refreshable Tables of Contents, Table of Figures and Table of Tables.

  • Word template help
  • Always  use in conjunction with the Quality Handbook Producing your thesis guidance

Separate Chapter, Front Matter & End Matter templates for Word & Mac

If you don’t wish use the whole document template then use these to create each chapter of the thesis and the front matter. It comes ready made with usable styles that meet the University’s thesis Guidance requirements

  • Chapter template for Word 2007 /2010 /2013 /2016 (PC) or 2008 /2011 /2016 (Mac)
  • Front matter template for Word 2007 /2010 /2013 /2016 (PC) or 2008 /2011 /2016 (Mac)
  • End Matter for Word 2007 /2010 /2013 /2016 (PC) or 2008 /2011 /2016 (Mac)

Copyright Statement coversheet

All e-theses require the University thesis copyright statement  is included in front of the main title page in the final e-version submitted.  The wording of the statement should not be altered in any way. 

The Word template (PC or Mac) above has the statement included but earlier versions did not. Should the statement be missing from your file it should be:

  • added before creating the final pdf version 
  • located in front of the main title page using the document below 
  • should not be included in the numbering of the thesis.

LaTeX templates currently do not include instruction on how to add the statement so it will need it to be added individually as a single double-sided page. Alternatively, add the pdf version into your final pdf file using Adobe Acrobat Pro.

The statement is not required in the print copies submitted for examination or as a final copy.

  • Thesis Copyright Statement Thesis copyright statement cover sheet
  • Thesis Copyright Statement PDF version of the thesis copyright statement to be included in every thesis

The following guides outline how this can be done in Word documents. 

  • Adding copyright statement in Word (PC) Guide to adding the statement in Word on a PC
  • Adding copyright statement in Word (Mac) Guide to adding the statement in Word on a Mac

Visual guides are also available on YouTube:

Using UoS Thesis Templates

Microsoft Word

iSolutions have created a training guide to introduce the Word template for theses and show you how to use a range of useful Word features to make creating and working with your thesis easier. These also direct you to relevant LinkedIn Learning.com videos on the use of features in Word.

  • Thesis guidance 

iSolutions also offer sessions on using Word to work with text, graphics and page layout in your thesis. The full course schedule and booking links can be found in the PGR Development Hub

LaTeX Templates

Support for the use of LaTeX can be found on the Overleaf website . LaTeX is  also supported by a wide online community - see LaTeX Project .

How to make sure your thesis is an archival PDF/A

Your final University e-thesis must submitted in an accessible and archival format so that it will be readible in years to come, currently this format is PDF/A-3 .

  • Mac users If you are using Word for Mac then start by using the Save As PDF facility. This produces a really good baseline file to continue working on in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. If for any reason you are not happy with the output as this process, then try converting the file by using Adobe Acrobat Pro's own 'Create a PDF from'. If you are still not happy with the result then contact serviceline to discuss other options.
  • PC users For PC users the Adobe Acrobat Pro DC facility will produce the best output. You'll find the steps below under the heading  Create the PDF for PC  below.
  • LaTeX to PDF/A-3 If you are using Overleaf, the automatic pdf conversion will be create a PDF/A file. Overleaf have created instructions on how to make sure your LaTeX PDF conforms to the archival standards . Please note we would prefer that you chose a-3b (propritising display) or a-3u (prioritising searchability) rather than a-1b. You may find the following paper helpful: Moore, R. (2014). PDF/A-3u as an Archival Format for Accessible Mathematics . In: Watt, S.M., Davenport, J.H., Sexton, A.P., Sojka, P., Urban, J. (eds) Intelligent Computer Mathematics. CICM 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 8543. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08434-3_14 , also available as an ArXiv pre-print .

Checking you PDF/A accessibility: You can check how well your PDF meets the PDF/A accessibility standards using the Abode Acrobat Pro preflight checker and the accessibility checker .

How to download Abode Acrobat Pro: Details of how to access or download Adobe Acrobat Pro DC can be found at iSolutions' How to install Adobe Acrobat DC Advice page .

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What’s a thesis defense presentation?

As you approach the end of grad or postgrad studies, you’ll probably be required to deliver a thesis defense presentation. This takes place during the final semester and involves speaking about your thesis or dissertation in front of a committee of professors. 

The word “defend” might sound intimidating, but it simply means answering questions about your work. Examiners want to see how knowledgeable you are about your field and if you can back up your arguments with solid and original research. Some departments invite students to a pre-defense, which is like a dress rehearsal for the main event. 

If you’re defending your doctoral thesis or dissertation, the event will be more formal than at Master’s level. In some universities, this is called a PhD viva, which comes from the Latin viva voce, meaning “by live voice”. Basically, it’s time to speak about the 80 thousand words you’ve written! As well as your supervisor, the panel will usually include visiting academics from other institutions. If it’s an “open defense” it will be open to other students and members of the public.

The format varies between different universities, but a thesis defense usually starts with the candidate delivering a short presentation accompanied by slides. This is followed by a question and answer session with the panel. 

How do I design slides for my thesis defense?

The secret to a good thesis defense presentation is a well-designed slide deck. This will act as a visual aid and starting point for the conversation. Structuring your points and illustrating them on the screen will help you present more confidently. 

If the prospect of creating a thesis presentation from scratch is daunting, check out Genially’s free thesis defense templates. Each design has been created by professional graphic designers in collaboration with students and academic experts. 

Choose from hundreds of examples with preset color palettes and easy-to-edit slides. In a few minutes you can outline the content of your thesis in an impressive visual format. No artistic skills required!

How should I structure a thesis presentation?

When you create a thesis defense presentation, the first thing to remember is that it should be short and concise. There’s no need to rewrite your thesis on the slides. Members of the committee will already be familiar with your work, having read the document prior to the event. 

A thesis defense is a conversational, person-to-person event. Examiners don’t want to read large blocks of text on the screen. They want to hear you talking about your research with passion and insight.

With this in mind, your presentation should serve as a starting point or prompt for discussion. Think of your slides as cue cards: use short titles and keywords to remind you of what you want to say. 

Make a good first impression by using a professional thesis defense presentation template with a consistent theme and attractive visuals. Go for a calm color palette and neutral style. The aim is to illustrate your points while keeping the committee focused on what you’re saying. 

A thesis defense usually begins with an introductory presentation lasting 15 to 20 minutes, followed by discussion time. For a 20 minute presentation we recommend a series of about 10 slides. 

Make sure to include an introduction slide or title page that lays out what you’re going to talk about. Next, move on to each part of your thesis. Outline the problem, background and literature review, your research question, methodology and objectives, findings, conclusions, and areas for future research. 

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How do I make a good final year project presentation?

If you’re an undergrad, you might be required to deliver a final year project presentation or dissertation presentation. It’s less formal than a graduate degree thesis defense, but the format is similar. You will be asked to present your research findings to faculty and peers with the help of slides. Your performance may count towards your final grade when you’re awarded your Bachelor’s degree.

A good presentation for a final year project should start with a title slide. At this point you should introduce your research question and explain why you chose the topic. If it’s a collaborative project, include a slide that introduces your teammates. 

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    Thesis submission. You are required to submit a thesis for examination after your period of registered study and before the conclusion of the thesis pending period. Your thesis should be submitted to the Nottingham ePrints service and must be the result of your own work, done mainly while you were registered as a researcher of this university.

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