Your supervisor should use the school template, modified as appropriate. Template below.
Then at least three weeks before your intended thesis submission date, submit a completed nomination of examiners form and a copy of the thesis abstract to the Plant Biology office.
You may be asked to resubmit your thesis after further work has been completed. You will be notified in writing of the procedure for resubmission of a thesis.
At least three weeks before your intended thesis submission date, submit a completed nomination of examiners form and a copy of the thesis abstract to the Graduate Research and Scholarships Office.
Arrange for the appropriate number of copies of your thesis (four for PhD, three for master's) to be temporarily bound.With each copy, include a signed thesis declaration form, which is part of the thesis submission form below. Your declaration should be inserted directly after the thesis' cover page.
You must also provide an electronic copy of your thesis on a CD or flash drive in PDF format only.
Complete the submission of thesis form (above) and arrange for your coordinating supervisor and graduate research coordinator to sign it. If you are enrolled in more than one school, you must have the signatures of your coordinating supervisor and graduate research coordinator from each school.
Make sure that you refer to your School/Centre's website or handbook for any requirements that you must meet prior to submission.
Submit all items to the Graduate Research and Scholarships Office. You will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your thesis within a few days. The email is sent to your student email. If you do not currently have access to your student email please contact Student IT Support to activate your student email account.
More information on the examination process can be found at http://www.postgraduate.uwa.edu.au/students/thesis/examination.