The Certificate of Postgraduate Studies (CPGS) may be examined by thesis only or by a combination of exams, coursework, projects, reports, seminars and essays.
What is required?
Your thesis must be a connected account of work which complies with the 'General and Special Regulations' for the particular CPGS programme.
Word limits and more specific information about the requirements for the CPGS is available from the 'General and Special Regulations' and listed under the specific CPGS programme.
- Statutes and Ordinances: Chapter VII: Degrees, Diplomas, and Other Qualifications.
How do I present my thesis?
You must submit two typed copies of the thesis in durable binding with your name clearly marked on the front cover.
You are advised to carefully check your thesis for typing errors, spelling mistakes and poor grammar or written expression. The thesis, apart from quotations and recognised technical formulae, must be written in English.
When do I need to submit by?
There is a date and time by which your thesis must be submitted to your Degree Committee - see CPGS: Dissertation Submission Arrangements for more information.
You will need to complete a Certificate of Dissertation Submission form when the thesis is submitted.