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Print Services provides photocopying, printing, binding and laminating, and stationery sales. If you are a regular visitor to our libraries, you can open a photocopying user account, which enables you to use the networked self-service photocopiers in the libraries. You will need to bring identification to open an account if you are not already a member of our libraries or using one of our.
Poster printing in Glasgow, popular with students and local business. We supply posters to students from Strathclyde University Architecture dept., Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow University, West College Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian University, Stirling University, University of the West of Scotland, Forth Valley College as well as many other educational establishments.
Doxdirect specialises in online dissertation printing and dissertation binding services for students around the world. We know that it’s the most important (and possibly the most challenging) piece of work you’ll complete during your time at university. That’s why we’ve made printing and binding it easier. Doxdirect offers undergraduate, postgraduate and PHD students a high quality and.
Printing Services for one to one assistance with larger jobs. Printing Services use digital printers to ensure the last minute, urgent projects and dissertations can be printed and bound on time, same day on selected products. Fast turnaround colour printing starts from only 30p.
Timing of submission. You must submit your dissertation within your maximum period of study (i.e. by your submission date). Your submission date will take into account of any suspensions or extensions you have been granted, including any approved emergency extensions near the point of submission (see Section 4.3 and Section 6.4 of the Regulations and Code of Practice for Research Degree.
Standards for the Format and Binding of a Thesis. Purpose of Guidance. The procedure sets out regulatory standards for the format and binding of postgraduate research theses to provide clarity and consistency. This applies to theses submitted for assessment under the University’s Postgraduate Assessment Regulations for Research degrees.