Advise the PhD executive officer at your Department that the thesis will soon be ready for submission and send the Norwegian and English abstracts as a Word document by e-mail to your department's Research Consultant. Remember that it is your responsibility to be able to document participation in the organized research training throughout your course of study. Before submission, you must have completed the educational component. Make sure to refer all sources used in the thesis correctly and sufficiently. The Faculty reserves the right to scan all doctoral theses in a text recognition programme to ensure that doctoral theses at the Faculty of Humanities follow current guidelines for referencing at UiO.
For electronic submissions , download your checklist of requirements here. For paper submissions , the following are required:. Submit two copies one may be a photocopy. You must submit the original form with all your committee members original signatures in permanent ink.
You may also be given information at the oral examination about the required corrections or revisions. You should make sure that you understand the nature of the required corrections and revisions and discuss them with your supervisor. It is important that you understand the differences between minor and major corrections and revision and resubmission of your thesis as the procedures when you have completed the corrections or revisions are different. The email confirming the outcome of the examination will clearly state the deadline for submission of your corrected or revised thesis. You should take your deadline seriously, and work towards submitting your thesis by the deadline.
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