Submission must be made to Tabula by your specified deadline. No hard copies are required.
You must liaise with your Supervisor to arrange a mutually convenient date for your oral exam. This date should allow time for both Examiners to read the dissertation in advance and consider the Turnitin report , taking into account their other commitments (allow one week) but should normally be no more than one month after the submission date.
All projects should have a copy of the submission pro-forma (see link on RHS of this page) in the front of the dissertation.
Any dissertations received after the stated deadline will be subject to a late penalty deduction of 3 marks per working day late, up to a maximum of 10 working days late. After this period the work may be counted as a non-submission. The only exception to this will be where students have justifiable reasons for applying for (and being granted) an extension to their submission date . It is for this reason that students are urged to plan their submission timetable in advance, allowing plenty of time to cover unforeseen circumstances.
Note - submission after the deadline time on the submission day will count as 1 day late.