A proforma for the front pages of the UWA thesis is provided below.
Choose the correct proforma according to whether your thesis contains no published work, sole author work or one or more co-authored works.
If you would like to use a e-signature please insert an image of the written signature (also known as a 'wet' signature).
The abstract or summary should summarise the appropriate headings, aims, scope and conclusion of the thesis in about 250 words, but no more than 700 words.
(If you used the git version, just pull from the 'layout' branch.) You can change this manually by adding This has no effect on the actual layout, but makes some "Overfull hbox" warnings go away.
possibility of fulfilling this requirement is to publish the digital version of a Ph D thesis on the World Wide Web through the IRC/Library.
The more detail you can provide the better as your examiners will use your declaration to determine what parts of the work are examinable.
All co-authors must sign your authorship declaration, for two reasons: (1) to endorse your declaration and (2) to authorise inclusion of the work in your thesis.
If you are in receipt of one or both of these scholarships, please include the following sentence in your acknowledgements: "This research was supported by an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship".
Your thesis needs to include an authorship declaration.