You will be notified of the date, time and location of your viva voce by the exam convener.
Following the oral examination, the convener and examiners will sign a joint report form that will inform you of the outcome of the examination.
They will provide a list of corrections specifying the requirements and stating the timescale allowed.
You will receive a letter post viva from the Graduate School, confirming your next steps.
Please refer to section 9 of the Postgraduate Research Student Handbook (PDF) for guidelines on the viva voce (oral) examination corrections specifying the requirements and stating the timescale allowed.
Handing in my hard-bound thesis
After any corrections have been signed off, please hand in a completed Thesis Access Declaration form (MS Word) and deposit your thesis online as outlined in section 9.4 of the Postgraduate Research Student Handbook (PDF).
You must also submit one hard-bound thesis to the Graduate School.
Details of printing requirements of your hardbound thesis can be found in Appendix 6 of the Postgraduate Research Student Handbook (PDF).
You can hand this in at the office reception or send it to the following postal address using a tracked delivery service:
MVLS Graduate School
Room 111 Sir James Black Building
University of Glasgow
Note: If your thesis has restricted access/an embargo, do not upload your thesis online, but rather submit an electronic copy to the Graduate School (USB). Please note USBs will not be returned.
For further information about the publication of your final thesis, please see the Library’s Theses Service website.
Your award letter & Graduation
On receiving your award letter, you are ready to proceed to graduation.
Graduation ceremonies are held twice a year, normally in the summer and winter.
Please note that enrolment is required for graduation.
Please refer to the Registry's Graduation webpage for more information as Registry will be able to answer your questions.