Publishing


At the end of the examination process all successful PhD candidates are required to submit the final version of their thesis to the University.

How to submit the final version of your PhD thesis

Candidates who began study on or after 1 September 2010 are obliged to submit their final version in electronic form in addition to one hardbound copy.

Rules and regulations for publishing your Thesis at Koya University. 
  1. One hardbound version of the thesis conforming to the Regulatory Standards for the Format and Binding of Theses
  2. An electronic version on CD (or DVD) which includes:
    1. a PDF version (for uploading to the Edinburgh Research Archive).
    2. the original word processor files, where possible, for digital preservation purposes.
    3. any supplementary data required for assessment. Datasets should be supported by good accompanying documentation which is appropriate to your subject discipline. The UK Data Archive (UKDA) offers some specialist advice in this area.
    4. Download the CD sleeve below to enclose your submitted CD.
Before you submit your thesis

It is highly recommended that you discuss with your primary supervisor the implications of publishing your thesis online in Koya University Central Library Archive site.

Data preservation and sharing

If your thesis has supplementary data (for example images, videos, source code or analytical data) we would like to store a copy of this data alongside the thesis text. We do this to try and preserve the fullest record of the work as possible. We do not routinely allow public access to this data.

Further help and information

Postgraduate Affairs 
Dr. Lashkary
Email: postgraduate@koyauniversity.org
Phone: +964 (0)750 xx xxx
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Dilan Rostam,
17 Oct 2012, 13:36