phd thesis database uk
EThOS is the Electronic Theses Online Service, a British Library initiative which provides access to UK doctoral theses online. Many UK theses are now online via the EThOS service. It allows you to:
- search over 500,000+ theses records,
- freely download the full-text of UK digitised theses,
- order a download of theses from participating institutions .
You may also want to consult these sites to search for other theses:
Advanced research and scholarship. Theses and dissertations, free to find, free to use.
Theses in Progress in Commonwealth Studies is an annual listing of MPhil and PhD research being carried out at UK universities.
OpenGrey is System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe, an open access system to 700.000 bibliographical references of grey literature (paper) produced in Europe. It includes technical and research reports, doctoral dissertations, some conference papers, some official publications, and other types of grey literature.
This searchable on-line database of doctoral theses being undertaken at UK and Irish universities in the field of Classics (broadly defined) is designed to provide up-to-date information on current research and will also act as a permanent record of all such theses once they have been completed. Please e-mail [email protected] with any corrections or updates.
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EThOS allows you to search over 250,000 theses records, freely download the full text of any UK thesis that has been digitised, and order for downloading any thesis from one of the participating institutions. A list of Higher Education Institutions taking part is available on the website.
The Electronic Theses Online System (EThOS) has been developed by the EThOS partnership, comprising of several UK Higher Education Institutions and the British Library with funding from JISC, RLUK and the HE partners.
These websites allow you to view past dissertations and theses. In most cases, they allow you to download the full-text version.
Writing your dissertation or thesis can seem like a mammoth challenge. To demystify the process, it can be helpful to see how previous students achieved it.
This video from the British Library outlines how PhD theses obtained via its EThOS service can be used in your research.
This guide outlines ways of identifying theses and dissertations published in your discipline, and those that are currently in progress.
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ROS Theses Repository contains full-text copies of all Heriot-Watt University PhD theses awarded from 2009 onwards.
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