Documents for doctoral students can be downloaded below:
Intention to submit:
- Intention Service Request Checklist
- DDB08 – Thesis Open Access Suppression form (only applicable if you wish to suppress your thesis)
- DDB09 – Notice of intention to submit PhD thesis form (all faculties)
- DDB10 – PhD IP Assessment form (compulsory for the Science, Engineering & Built Environment and Health Sciences)
- PeopleSoft reference guide – intention to submit
Inclusion of publications:
Once you have been granted permission to include publications, you are required to include the following declaration in your thesis.
Submission of thesis for examination:
- Thesis Service Request Checklist
- Revised Thesis Service Request Checklist
- DDB11 – Declaration and Submission form (All faculties)
- PeopleSoft reference guide – upload thesis for examination
- Turnitin Plagiarism Declaration
- Citation guideline
Graduation library copy:
- Open Access Policy
- PhD proposal guidelines
- Guidelines for PhD abstracts
- Publications, copyright and your PhD thesis
- Avoiding plagiarism
- Turnitin for UCT Postgraduate Students
Supervisors and Doctoral students
- Guidelines to Categories of Supervisor
- Guidelines for the Appointment of Supervisors of Doctoral Candidates
- Guidelines for the Appointment of Examiners for Doctoral Theses
- Guidelines for the Appointment of External Supervisors and External Co-supervisors for Doctoral Degrees
- Guidelines for Examination of a PhD Thesis
A portfolio of publications is produced on a regular basis. Below are the different magazines and reports available on UCT Research and Innovation highlights.
LISC Annual Reports
The Centre of Criminology offers four main degree types:
- PhD in Criminology
- Master’s by Dissertation Only
- Masters in Criminology by Coursework and Mini-dissertation
- Postgraduate Diploma in Law specialising in Criminology, Law and Society
|Dawson, Muneebah (2014) The Social Diagnosis of Down Syndrome and Mothers’ Experiences of Knowledge: An Ethnographic Study Set in Cape Town. Unpublished Honours thesis, Social Anthropology, UCT.
Eppel, Joe. (2014) Regulated Roots: Negotiating Belonging and Raising Children as a Zimbabwean Migrant in Cape Town, South Africa. Unpublished Honours thesis, Social Anthropology, UCT.
Mrs. Leila Hussein Abdullahi is a Research Fellow and PhD student at VACFA. Mrs. Leila graduated with Masters in Public Health (MPH), at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2012. Currently, she is a fourth year PhD student. Her PhD project focuses on the strategies to improve adolescents’ immunization in Africa in the decade of vaccine. Her supervisors are: Prof. Gregory Hussey, Prof. Charles Wiysonge and Dr. Benjamin Kagina.
Information for School of Education Students
Please download and complete the relevant form, and email it or bring it with you when you enter the workshop.
Please try to complete the forms before entering the workshop.