To download a thesis from ETh OS follow the instructions below.
For the complete outputs from Warwick researchers please see the University of Warwick Publications service from the tab above.
The information on this page relates to doctoral theses.
Follow the links below for more information about accessing theses submitted by Manchester researchers, as well as theses from authors all over the world.
Simple Deposit to WRAP - About this Open Access Repository The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) is the home of the University's full text, open access research content and contains, journal articles, Warwick doctoral dissertations, book chapters, conference papers, working papers and more.
Whether you are looking for a specific graduate work, or want to find out what dissertations or theses have been written on a particular subject, Pro Quest provides a variety of tools to help.
Durham e-Theses contains the full-text of Durham University Higher Degree theses passed after 1 October 2009.Instead, contact us on [email protected] with details of the thesis you want and we will consider meeting the cost for you.Print copies of all GCU doctoral theses are deposited with the Library and details are available on the ETh OS search.We aim to respond within 48 hours (excluding weekends).Print theses are for reference use only and are retained indefinitely.You can find theses submitted by University of Manchester postgraduate research students from the late 19th Century to the present day using the Library Search box above.Or try the Advanced Search for more options (select 'Theses' from the drop-down list for ‘Material type’).Theses published since 1980 include author abstracts, and some titles are available in full text.Your library may be able to provide access to the dissertation you're looking for.The above search allows you to search by keywords, author or title and is set to limit your search results to Theses. To access a print thesis, sign in and select “Request it” in the full record. Please note that some theses are unavailable as the research is commercially sensitive or confidential.If you know exactly the thesis you want, keep the search set to keywords and use the author's family name and one or two key words in the title. Search for theses from other UK institutions using the Electronic Theses Online Service (ETh OS), which is provided by the British Library.