The RMIT theses collection consists of the research outcomes of RMIT Masters by Research and Doctor of Philosophy candidates (including theses and dissertations), who have successfully completed their degree.
|June 2006 onwards||Available from the RMIT Research Repository|
|Microfiche copies||Selected, 1966-2002||Ask the Bundoora Library Concierge staff|
Coursework and minor theses generally are not kept in the Library. Contact the relevant School for these items.
Project-based research dissertations
At RMIT, a Masters by Research or Doctor of Philosophy candidate undertaking project-based research submits a product or artefact(s) (or a record thereof) and a dissertation which outlines and defines the purpose and theoretical basis of the work. There may also be a recording of an oral presentation made by the candidate where required.
The RMIT Research Repository contains digital copies of RMIT Masters by Research and Doctor of Philosophy degree outcomes. To find them:
You can refine your search results using the facets on the left hand side of the search results list.
Alternatively, you can limit your search to the Dissertations & Theses search scope and enter in some keywords, e.g. photonics
To access pre-2006 RMIT theses/dissertations for research or study purposes, RMIT students or staff can submit a request for Document Delivery who will supply a copy of the work.
Note that conditions apply for requests from other institutions.
Please note also that there are a number of art-related theses in the RMIT Swanston Library Special Collection room. The LibrarySearch record will indicate Swanston Thesis Collection and the call number will include the THR prefix. Please follow the link below for instructions on how to access theses from the Special Collection.