The Guide to the thesis examination process for research degree candidates includes detailed information on the University requirements for the format and presentation of the thesis and the examination process including: The University has approved an alternative format of thesis submission, which includes published material, for PGRs in the Faculties of Environment or Engineering only.
PGRs and Supervisors should refer to the Faculty Protocol for further advice.
It is acceptable to place a citation number at the end of a paragraph, if the entire paragraph is referring to the same source.
Examples: Aitchison (1) suggests that language change is inevitable, but not a bad thing.
This model of thesis can only be submitted where the supervisory team supports this format and is satisfied it is appropriate and meets the protocol in place for that Faculty.
Please see the Faculty protocol for further advice.
This will provide you with research experience and the opportunity to develop your employability skills.
Final Chapter can help throughout the process, from starting off and choosing your topic, to researching, structuring your chapters and writing up.
Once a source has been allocated a number, this number is used again if you refer to the same source at a later point in your work. If the page numbers are in Roman numerals, do not include p. Example: (5, iv) When you're referencing with Leeds Numeric you may come across issues with missing details, multiple authors, edited books, references to another author's work or online items, to name a few.
If you use the name of the author(s) of a souce within the text and there are three or more authors for the source, then the name of the first author shoule be given, followed by the phrase "et al.". (1) emphasised that references should be presented in a consistent manner. Here are some tips on how to deal with some common issues when using Leeds Numeric.