Answered By: Noel Broadhead Last Updated: Sep 23, 2016 Views: 65
Yes, however, conditions apply. In general, the University is committed to making the outcomes of research publicly available.
Restrictions may be required due to contracts with industry partners, unapproved use of third party copyright, patent applications, or negotiations with publishers. Students intending to restrict access to their thesis should seek the advice of their supervisors. An application to have your thesis restricted should be submitted in the Agreement for Deposit of HDR Thesis in Digital Repository to the Research Student Centre and should include:
1. reasons for the restriction
2. signatures of the supervisor or Head of Postgraduate Studies