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If you have been recommended for award by your Board of Examiners you must submit a copy of your thesis/dissertation to Open Research Exeter (ORE) before your degree can be formally approved.
ORE is the University's on-line collection for all research carried out at Exeter. Depositing your thesis in the collection will ensure that it is made publicly visible and provide greater accessibility to your research.
Please read the E-thesis FAQs and E-thesis Submission Guide on the ORE website carefully before starting your deposit. If you would like to restrict access to your work in order to publish your research you can embargo your thesis/dissertation from public access for up to 18 months.
When you have deposited your work to ORE it will be checked by an ORE administrator to ensure that all of the information is correct before it is added to the archive. Notification of any changes that need to be made and confirmation of successful submissions are sent by email so please remember to check your messages regularly.
If you registered for your degree before October 2008 and prefer not to submit electronically you may choose to submit one hardbound copy of your thesis/dissertation to our office. Please contact the Postgraduate Administration Office for guidance on the correct presentation of a final thesis.
To have your thesis permanently bound please visit the Students' Guild Print Room in the Forum. They can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 01392 723567. Alternatively you can go to a professional binder and we recommend P J Franklin who is at Whitestone, Exeter. He can be contacted by Tel/Fax on 01647 270031.