Currently the UC Research Repository has an "all rights reserved" licence for all material (theses licence / research licence so that though it is freely accessible for people to read, their use of that material is very restricted, and explicitly requires the permission of the author for any substantial reuse.
These notes are intended to supplement the regulations governing the deposit of Masters and PhD theses as published in the University of Canterbury Calendar.
Deposit takes place after the candidate has been approved for the award of the degree. The deposited copies must include any revisions required by the examiners.
How many copies do I need to deposit?
Uploading the digital copy
How do I know that I have fulfilled the requirements to graduate?
In some cases you may have supplementary materials that you cannot deposit in digital form (e.g. large files on an optical disk). A copy of these can be deposited in the library. In either of these cases, contact Library Access & Collections - details below.