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This is a template/skeleton for PhD/MPhil/MRes theses. It uses a rather split-up file structure because this tends to work well for large, complex documents. We suggest using one file per chapter, but you may wish to use more or fewer separate files than that. We've also separated out various bits of configuration into their own files, to keep everything neat.

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Older PhD theses which haven’t been scanned yet can be ordered via the British Library's EThOS service  as they are digitizing them on demand, and for more information on theses generally see our  web page .

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Smith, E. R. C. (2019). Conduits of invasive species into the UK: the angling route? Ph. D. Thesis. University College London. Available at: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10072700 (Accessed: 20 May 2021).

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By Patrycja, on 25 October 2018

At UCL, candidates for research degrees are required to deposit an electronic copy of their final thesis in UCL’s Research Publications Service (RPS), to be made open access in UCL’s institutional repository, UCL Discovery . Students can choose to restric public access to their thesis, for a variety of reasons like future publication, copyright restriction or sensitive data, but most are made open access immediately, or after a delay period no longer than 12 months.

The requirement to submit an electronic copy of your thesis as a condition of award has been in place at UCL since 2009. In addition to that, we have retrospectively digitised theses from earlier years, as a part of a collaborative project with ProQuest. So far, about 3,500 theses have been made available in UCL Discovery as a part of this collaboration. Theses are also digitised through the British Library’s e-Theses Online Service ( EThOS ), upon request.

In total, there are over 10,500 theses available in UCL’s institutional repository, dating as far back as 1933 . UCL theses are amongst our most-downloaded items! The most popular is a 1990 thesis,  Marketing theories and concepts for the international construction industry , available here . Amongst the theses available there are some completed by notable UCL alumni:

Julian Baggini , philosopher and author of popular books on philosophy, including  A Short History of Truth , The Pig that Wants to be Eaten and 99 other thought experiments , and most recently  How the World Think s. Baggini completed his PhD in 1996, and his thesis on philopsphy of idnetity was recently made available here: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/10057733/

Adam Rutherford , geneticist and author, has produced several science documentaries, and hosts the BBC 4 radio programme Inside Science. He completed his PhD at UCL in 2002, and his thesis on the role of a specific gene (CHX10) on eye development was recently made available in UCL Discovery: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/10057801/

Chris Van Tulleken , together with his twin brother and fellow doctor Xand, makes programmes on various aspects of health, most recently Operation Ouch for CBBC . He is also an infectious diseases doctor and MRC Clinical Research Fellow at University College London Hospital, and completed his PhD in 2017. Chris’ thesis is available here: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1567969/

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  • Title page – including the thesis title, the student's full name and the degree for which it is submitted
  • Abstract - of up to 5,000 words
  • Table of contents – including any material not bound in the book, and a list of tables, photographs and any other materials

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  • PhD - not to exceed 100,000 words
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  • MD(Res) - not to exceed 50,000 words
  • MPhilStud - not to exceed 30,000 words
  • Professional Doctorates - at least 25,000 words and not to exceed 55,000 words

Thesis word limit inclusions and exclusions The thesis word count includes everything from the start of chapter 1 up to the end of the last chapter. This means: Including all words included within:

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  • Tables of contents/of figures/of tables/ of acronyms
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  • Students are only required to submit an electronic thesis for their examiners, in PDF format, this should be emailed to [email protected] no later than your deadline
  • If examiners have requested a printed copy  a member of the Research Degrees Examinations team will get in touch with you
  • Margins - as we no longer require printed copies of the thesis, the margin edge is at the student's discretion, however bear in mind if  examiners prefer a printed copy then it may need to be spiral bound
  • Spacing - Double or 1.5 spacing (except for indented quotations or footnotes which can be single spaced)
  • Font size - It is recommended to use font size 12 to ensure examiners are able to read it
  • Page numbering - All pages must be numbered in one continuous sequence, i.e. from the title page of the first volume to the last page of type, from 1 onwards. This sequence must include everything in the volume, including maps, diagrams, blank pages, etc.

Illustrative materials -  May include: audio recordings and photographic slides, these can be emailed to  [email protected]

  • Additional material - Any material which cannot be included in the PDF thesis maybe emailed separately to the [email protected]  

Some examiners may prefer to work from a printed version of the student's thesis rather than the PDF, if this is the case:

  • The Research Degrees Examinations team will in the first instance check with the examiner if they would be happy to print the thesis themselves. If the examiner is happy to do this and is able to, they can claim back the expenses following the examination
  • If the examiner is unable to print the thesis, the Research Degrees Examinations team will contact the student to make arrangements for a print version to be posted directly to the examiner(s) or via a binders
  • It is the students' responsibility to get their thesis printed and bound if examiners require a copy. Students may only claim back postage costs.

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Michael King PhD Prize

To honour the memory of Professor Michael King, an annual Prize is awarded to the best PhD Thesis in Mental Health at UCL

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Eligibility.

Applications are open to UCL PhD Awardees who have conducted thesis work with a primary focus in mental health, regardless of their discipline or Faculty.

For the 2024 awards we will consider applications from awardees whose PhD degrees were officially awarded during the academic year of 2023/2024*.

(*This corresponds to the official award date as stated in the award letter and as reflected on Portico,  i.e. when all the requirements for completion have been met. This is  not  the date of the viva or the date when corrections are approved).

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The application form must be completed and submitted by the candidates.

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  • Impact statement (as presented in the Thesis)
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  • Supporting statement from the Sponsor. The ‘Sponsor’ can be the student’s primary supervisor or any member of the thesis committee.

The application deadline is 5pm on 23 August 2024.

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    % UCL Thesis LaTeX Template % (c) Ian Kirker, 2014 % % This is a template/skeleton for PhD/MPhil/MRes theses. % % It uses a rather split-up file structure because this tends to % work well for large, complex documents. % We suggest using one file per chapter, but you may wish to use more % or fewer separate files than that.

  5. How can I find a thesis?

    Answer. UCL PhD theses in digital format can be found in UCL Discover y, but please note that some theses have restrictions on access, at least for a certain period of time, and UCL's Open Access Team can be contacted with any queries. Records can also be found in Explore , and if we have a print copy, it may be possible to consult it in one of ...

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    The Library holds a copy of most research degree theses completed by students registered at UCL. Print copies of research theses are catalogued by author in Explore; ... Ophthalmology Library has a very small collection of PhD, MD and MSc dissertations. ... University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT +44 (0)20 7679 2000 ...

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    To be made up of: Author. Year of submission (in round brackets). Title of thesis (in italics). Degree statement. Degree-awarding body. Available at: URL.

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    This can be a great resource when you are undertaking your own PhD to get an idea of scope, structure and can be a great source of ideas. Finding Open Access theses. UCL Library Services manages the DART-Europe service, the premier European portal for the discovery of open access research theses. At the time of writing, this service provides ...

  9. Doctoral theses in UCL's repository

    At UCL, candidates for research degrees are required to deposit an electronic copy of their final thesis in UCL's Research Publications Service (RPS), to be made open access in UCL's institutional repository, UCL Discovery.Students can choose to restric public access to their thesis, for a variety of reasons like future publication, copyright restriction or sensitive data, but most are ...

  10. UCL Thesis Template

    UCL Thesis. Approved by publishing and review experts on SciSpace, this template is built as per for UCL Thesis formatting guidelines as mentioned in University College London author instructions. The current version was created on and has been used by 563 authors to write and format their manuscripts to this journal.

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    Format of thesis and Binding. Title page - including the thesis title, the student's full name and the degree for which it is submitted. Professional Doctorates - at least 25,000 words and not to exceed 55,000 words. The thesis word count includes everything from the start of chapter 1 up to the end of the last chapter.

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    Contribute to UCL-INGI/thesis-template development by creating an account on GitHub. Template for EPL's UCLouvain Ph.D. Theses. Contribute to UCL-INGI/thesis-template development by creating an account on GitHub. ... Two main files are proposed: either writing on A4 format (thesis_a4.tex) or on the CIACO specific one (thesis_elec.tex). Both ...

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  16. Michael King PhD Prize

    Applications are open to UCL PhD Awardees who have conducted thesis work with a primary focus in mental health, regardless of their discipline or Faculty. For the 2024 awards we will consider applications from awardees whose PhD degrees were officially awarded during the academic year of 2023/2024*.