Accessing the Restricted Collections

SDE Dissertation Space repository is a closed system. Users are require to approach Information Resource Centre (IRC) counter staff to request for access to the restricted collections.

Thesis/Dissertation Submission

To ensure that your submission will not be rejected, please ensure your submission adhere to the guideline.

Users who deposit a work into SDE Dissertation Space must be the original author of that work and also ensure that the work does not infringe the rights, including copyright, of any third party. If third party material is incorporated into such work, the user must ensure that permission from the owner of such third party material has been obtained for its incorporation and for the submission and use of the same for purposes of SDE Dissertation Space.

Users who deposit their work into SDE Dissertation Space retain the copyright to their work but are required to grant the University a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual and non-exclusive license to use and reproduce the work.

Unless otherwise specified, all works in SDE Dissertation Space can be accessed, printed and/or downloaded by users for their own academic research, private study and teaching purposes. Under no circumstances shall users access and use the works of others in SDE Dissertation Space for commercial purposes or for dissemination to another person or entity.

Thesis/Dissertation Submission Period

For Department of Real Estate udents (RE4000) Dissertation Submission: 20 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020

For Department of Building Students (PF4101) Dissertation Submission: 17 Apr 2020 - 15 May 2020


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