Your thesis will be sent to at least two examiners for evaluation.
For more information about how examiners make a judgement on a thesis, read this paper by Mullins and Kiley called "It's a Ph D, not a Nobel Prize".
Find out more Ph Ds and Research degrees Collaborative research opportunities at Griffith open doors to greater innovation and discovery for higher degree researchers, who are ready to think globally and discover new world solutions.
Find out more A variety of workshops and training sessions are offered to Higher Degree Research students from a number of different sources at Griffith University, including Library and Learning Services, Griffith Graduate Research School, affiliated research centres and other web pages produced by the School such as the very popular resources on producing and publishing Systematic Quantitative Literature Reviews.
There are three common types of thesis documents allowed in the ANU research award rules: a standard thesis of up to 100,000 words in length for a Ph D (or 60,000 words for an M.
Phil); a thesis by compilation (sometimes called a thesis by publication) and a thesis by creative works.
For the full Abstracts, see the thesis document files.
In Australia the thesis is an extended written piece which reports on the results of a three to four year programme of research (in other countries the writing component is called a 'dissertation').
“Identifying artistry in youth residential workers: fact or fiction? Disabled person's control, communication and entertainment aid : an investigation of the feasibility of using speech control and natural language understanding to control a manipulator and a software application and development environment.
The influence of supervisors' ethical leadership on key account managers' ethicality, ethical conduct, and customer relationship quality: a mixed-method study in the Indonesian information and communication technology (ICT) industry.