Answered By: Tracey Ainsley Last Updated: Oct 10, 2018 Views: 1568
The University Library holds a very limited number of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations which are for reference only. These dissertations are examples which have obtained a mark of 65% or above and are intended to allow you to examine the format of a dissertation. If you require a dissertation for a subject area that the Library doesn't hold, please speak to your Faculty office.
You can search for dissertations held in the Library through Library Search by using the search term "project" and entering your course (e.g. BSc Psychology).
At City Campus Library, the only subject areas held are Psychology, and Information and Library Management, they are in the Sub Basement.
At Coach Lane Library all dissertations relevant to the courses taught at this campus are held at the back of the second floor.
There are no dissertations held at the Law Practice Library.