After the examination has been completed, all dissertations must be returned by the external examiner directly to the Convenor & Secretary of the Examining Board in the relevant Department of the School. Where the candidate has passed and if the dissertation is - according to the criteria described in paragraph (3) above - to be deposited in the National and/or the University library, the Chair/Convenor of the Examining Board must arrange with the student for any minor or typographical corrections to be carried out and for both copies of the dissertation to be permanently bound in the form required for deposit in the libraries. Please visit at https://www.successfulessay.net/services/english-translation/ to getting some intetesting topics.
It is the students' responsibility to make the required corrections and to have their work bound in the permanent form required by regulation. Convenors should check that these tasks have been performed satisfactorily. Candidates submitting their dissertation for examination in temporary binding should therefore note that, for dissertations which are to be deposited in the National and/or the University library, the delay occasioned by the permanent binding process is not eliminated; it is transferred from the beginning of the submission/examination cycle to the end.
 

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