After your thesis has passed examination, you submit copies for permanent binding.
Most students lodge three copies for permanent binding, but you only need to lodge two if you don't want your own copy bound. You should liaise with your school about additional copies for supervisors.
Make any corrections to your thesis by replacing printed pages, or by reprinting entire copies.
Complete a summary of your thesis, up to 100 words, in StudentConnect. When your abstract is finalised print the pdf and obtain signatures from your coordinating supervisor and Graduate Research Coordinator.
Complete the details of the Certification of Corrections form and obtain the appropriate signatures. You need to complete this form even if you have received a straight pass.
You may be asked to write a report of thesis revisions when your thesis is returned after examination.
Submit all items to the Graduate Research and Scholarships Office.
This should consist of:
* payment for binding not covered by the school should be made at Uniprint, Guild Village.
The Graduate Resaerch and Scholarships Office forwards thesis for permanent binding to Uniprint. Uniprint takes about three weeks to bind the copies, fowards one copy to the Reid Library and returns the remaining copies directly to your school.