Thesis Submission

Once you are ready to submit your thesis, you need to prepare copies of your thesis that can be sent to your examiners. These copies must contain a Thesis Dissertation sheet and Originality Statement.

If you are an international candidate, you may need to apply for an extension of your student visa.

 

Hard Copies of Your Thesis

You are required to submit two hard copies of your thesis for examination. You should check with your supervisor or Postgraduate Research Coordinator whether your School or Faculty requires any additional copies.

Each copy of your thesis should be bound in a way that means it can be mailed and examined and remain intact as per the Thesis Format Guide, and must include the following documents:

1. Thesis Dissertation Sheet

You must include a Thesis Dissertation Sheet after the front title page of your thesis. Your thesis dissertation sheet needs to be signed, witnessed, and dated, and must contain the same version of your 350-word abstract as that entered into the Thesis Examination Management (TEM) system on MyUNSW

2. Originality Statement

An Originality Statement must be included after the Thesis Dissertation Sheet. You need to ensure that your Originality Statement is signed & dated before submission.

You should deliver the hard copies of your thesis either in person or via mail to your campus office.

 

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Electronic Copies of Your Thesis

You must email one electronic copy of your thesis in pdf format to your campus office. You should name your pdf using the naming convention: ‘Studentnumber – SURNAME – firstname – Thesis’.

Kensington Campus: submission.grs@unsw.edu.au

UNSW Art and Design: pgresearch.artdesign@unsw.edu.au     

UNSW Canberra: rsu@adfa.edu.au

 

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Visa Extensions

If your student visa expires while your thesis is under examination, you will need to apply for a visa extension for a period of six months.

To submit an application, email the Graduate Research School Thesis and Examination Team to request a candidature summary.  Once you receive this documentation, you can submit a visa extension request to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection

 

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What Happens Next?

Once you have submitted your thesis, visit After Thesis Submission

 

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