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Dissertation University Of Nottingham

We have a great deal of experience in preparing dissertations and theses for university students to exacting standards. We offer a free collection service for many local Nottingham universities.

We are fully aware and experienced in producing to university regulation standards.

The University of Nottingham, for example, has the following standard:

Professional black buckram binding is required. The sheets should be whip-stitched and bound with white end-papers and linen joints into a buckram cover. The spine should be lettered in gold in such a way as to be readable when the volume is lying flat with the front cover uppermost. It should show the volume number (in the case of two or more volumes), the degree for which the thesis is submitted, the year of graduation and the name of the candidate.

All our binding is carried out to exacting standards by highly experienced craftsmen. The high quality standards make a real difference to the final result of your work.

We can also print your book, dissertation or thesis using our high quality lithographic and digital printing machines, to your exact specifications. Call or contact us today for friendly help and advice.

Making Nottingham research papers available to a global audience

Nottingham ePrints is a digital archive containing:

  • research papers - articles, conference papers etc - produced by University of Nottingham authors;
  • theses submitted for University of Nottingham research degrees;
  • dissertations submitted as part of taught courses (full text of these is only accessible to logged-in UoN users).

Deposit items in the Repository

Follow the procedure shown in the Deposit Guide. (To deposit a thesis or dissertation, first select "Nottingham eTheses" or "Nottingham eDissertations" before selecting Deposit Guide).

Browse the Repository

You can browse by:

(for eTheses and eDissertations, Subject and Supervisor browses are also available)

Search the Repository

When you use "Search", you will be searching the full text of items in the repository. It is therefore important to choose specific search terms, or combinations of terms, to avoid retrieving many irrelevant items. The Advanced Search facility will help you retrieve the most relevant results.

To focus specifically on Theses or Dissertations, click first on "Nottingham eTheses" or "Nottingham eDissertations" before selecting "Search".

Nottingham ePrints is part of a worldwide network of open access archives that can be searched using specialist services such as BASE or popular Internet search engines. COUNTER-compliant usage statistics can be accessed at IRUS-UK.