If you cannot find the thesis using these services, our Document Supply service may be able to help. In some countries, universities are working together to make full-text electronic collections of theses available via the web.Try the following databases: Unfortunately, most requests made through our Document Supply service are unsuccessful You can also buy theses through the Pro Quest Dissertations and Theses database if they are not available by any other means.
You can also find UK theses on the Index to theses database.
The database contains titles and abstracts of theses accepted for higher degrees by universities in Great Britain and Ireland.
Theses are not available for loan, either to individuals or via interlibrary loan.
Some Uo L research degree theses submitted by UCL students in the areas of classical, Germanic, Latin American studies; history and law are not held: check the catalogue of the Uo L School of Advanced Study for availability.
Theses awarded by universities worldwide may be requested via UCL Library Services Interlending and Document Supply service. Please note that theses are never available for loan: they must be consulted on Library premises only.
Nearly all doctoral theses produced by Leicester students, starting with our first award in 1924, are now available on the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).
If a thesis is not available online you can apply for an Inter Library Loan of a thesis.
The University's institutional repository, Apollo, holds full-text digital versions of over 5,000 Cambridge Ph D theses and is a rapidly growing collection deposited by Cambridge Ph. graduates (The University expects to hit 6,000 theses in the repository by the end of 2018.) More information on how to access theses by University of Cambridge students can be found on the access to Cambridge theses webpage.
You can browse by department or search all the collection.
Please note that if you are a research student student at Leicester you are required to submit an electronic copyof your final thesis as part of your doctorate submission.