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PhD/MPhil exam entry


 

What is my submission deadline?

 

When should I submit my exam entry form?

We recommend that your exam entry form is submitted two months prior to the submission of your thesis to enable sufficient time for your examiners to be appointed before thesis submission.

If you are using a Mac, please contact Doctoral School for a Mac-compatible version of the exam entry form.

 

Where should I submit my exam entry form to?

Your exam entry form should be submitted to Doctoral School. Please note that the entry form will need to be approved by your supervisor and the Director of Graduate Studies for your department. 

Please also note that you must be signed up for the current academic year on Campus Connect when you submit your exam entry form.

How should I complete the exam entry form?

Guidance on completing the PhD/MPhil exam entry form.
 

I am resubmitting within 12 / 18 months. What should I do?

Please visit the Resubmission page. 

I would like to have my thesis embargoed - What should I do?

You may request a two year embargo without any further information required, all you need to do is tick the box in Part A.

If you would like an embargo that is longer than two years - you can complete this form and submit it alongside your completed entry form to Doctoral School.

If you want an embargo of up to five years,this will need to be approved by your Supervisor.

If you would like an embargo of over five years, or to be exempted from submitting a final electronic copy of your thesis, this request will be sent to your Faculty Dean for approval, and Research Degrees will notify you and your supervisor of the outcome of this request.

 

What happens next?

 

Contact us

 

By email: 

doctoralschool@rhul.ac.uk

By phone: 01784 276886

In person:

John Bowyer 0-10    10am - 4pm

 Quick links

PhD/MPhil exam entry form

Guidance on completing the PhD/MPhil exam entry form

Overview of the PhD/MPhil exam process

Extended Embargo Request Form