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Most Masters and Doctoral theses completed at Massey University are available electronically through Massey Research Online.
You can also search Discover for Massey theses. Limit your search to theses either by adding Massey thesis to your subject keywords, or limit your result list by Source: Dissertations/Thesis.
Check the Subject Guides. Some have links to Massey theses in the discipline.
Browse the Dean's List of Exceptional Theses for Massey theses deemed outstanding in research, writing and presentation.
Use these Saved Searches to find Māori theses:
NZResearch.org.nz provides access to research documents produced at New Zealand universities, polytechnics and other research institutes.
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations Over 5 million electronic theses and dissertations. Also has a register of country sources for theses from Armenia to Wales.
Open Access Theses and Dissertations (OATD) Find open access graduate theses and dissertations published around the world.
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Contains over 2 million thesis citations from institutions in North America and Europe (including the UK and Ireland). Links to full-text where available, and most entries contain an abstract and a 24-page preview.
EBSCO Open Dissertations Over 800,000 theses and dissertations from universities around the world. Particularly strong in theses from American universities, with content from the early 20th century onwards.
Google Scholar may provide a link to the full text of a thesis. Search by author and title keywords, or add thesis to your search terms.
EThoS (Electronic Theses Online Service) Search over 450,000 doctoral theses. Many are available online, for others a scanned copy can be requested.
DART-Europe Access to full-text of theses from participating European research institutions.
Theses Canada Most post 1998 theses are available online. Citation and abstract information for theses 1965-1998.
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Last updated on Thursday 01 August 2019
Recent theses are often openly available online. If the thesis you want is not available online, we may be able to borrow it on your behalf via Interlibrary Loan.
Please fill in an Interlibrary Loan request (login required). The thesis may only be able to be read at a Massey University campus library.
We will attempt to borrow the thesis for the standard $5 interlibrary loan fee, however, we may ask you to make a contribution to the cost if a thesis is particularly expensive to obtain.