Where do I find the Thesis Archive?
Your thesis will be included in the Thesis Archive of Igitur.
How do I know if my thesis has been posted?
At the moment your thesis is posted, you will receive a confirmation email.
To whom do I pass on an error in the title or description of my thesis?
If it concerns a minor error (for example a typo), you can pass it on to the Education Support Officer of your programme. If you do not agree with the description that your supervisor initially provided with your thesis, you must first discuss this with your supervisor.
Is it obligatory to post my thesis in the archive?
Yes, it is mandatory.
Can I limit access to my thesis so that not everyone can see it?
The assumption is that by placing your thesis in the archive it is freely accessible. If there are any compelling reasons for not disclosing the contents of your thesis, please discuss this with your supervisor. The contents of the thesis will then not be shown, but the accompanying bibliographic data will be available to see.
Can I limit public access to my thesis up to a specific date?
Yes, this is possible. You can limit public access to your thesis up to a specific date, or you can choose to never make your thesis publicly accessible.
When will my thesis appear in the archive?
Your thesis will only appear in the archive if the date of your graduation has passed. If you have written a thesis in conjunction with another student, it will become available on the date on which the first of the authors graduates.
Can I limit public access to my thesis at a later date?
Yes, you can. If at a later point in time, you change your mind, you can still limit public access to your thesis. In this case, please contact your supervisor. If your supervisor is no longer working in the academic programme, then please turn to Education Support for assistance. If you co-authored a thesis, you must first agree this with the other author.