How to Write Dissertation Title Page
Published byat August 12th, 2021 , Revised On September 21, 2021
A dissertation title page can be created before starting the research process, or you can create it after you are finished with all other chapters of the paper.
While dissertation title pages do not contribute much towards your overall dissertation grade, presenting it nicely and providing all the necessary information can help grab your readers’ attention.
Regardless of your academic level (undergraduate, Master’s, or PhD), all dissertations must have a dissertation title page where information related to the author, degree program, research topic, and supervisor needs to be clearly presented. In essence, the dissertation title page includes all the necessary information about the dissertation. The main points to be included are as follows:
Checklist for Dissertation Title Page
- Dissertation title (Centered)
- Your name (Centered)
- Document type (Centered)
- Department & Institution (Centered)
- Degree Program (Centered)
- Submission date (Centered)
- Supervisor’s name (Centered)
- Student registration number (Centered)
- University’s logo (Centered)
- The month of the current graduation semester, Year of the current graduating semester (Centered)
Dissertation Title Page Format
Your supervisor will guide you regarding your dissertation’s format if you are unsure about how to write a dissertation title page. Each university may have slightly different guidelines on how to write a dissertation title page.
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