Overview of thesis databases

Date published by Date updated: October 14, 2015

Reading other students‘ theses can help you in your own thesis writing process. Luckily, most universities have a thesis database. In these databases, you can look for your subject and quickly see who has written about your topic too and what their findings are. Some theses are only accessible via the university or via your university library, although more and more universities are opening the doors of their databases to the general public!

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