With these instructions you can send your thesis for evaluation and deposit it to university's digital archive. If you need more information, please see the Links at the bottom of the page.
You may submit and publish your thesis even after you have graduated. In this case, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital archiving or publishing online
The abstracts of approved Master’s theses are public and will be published in E-thesis. The theses themselves are also public and will be archived in such a way as to be available for access at University libraries.
If you accept the agreement on online publication, your Master’s thesis will also be published in the University’s digital repository of theses and dissertations (E-thesis) and made openly available online. You can decide on online publication once you receive the relevant message after your thesis has been approved.
If you accept the agreement on online publication, your Master’s thesis will be openly available online and can be displayed in the results of, for example, Google searches. The Faculty of Arts recommends that students permit open publication of their theses. This ensures that your thesis will receive the recognition it deserves, and may also help other thesis writers and information seekers.
Please read about the benefits of online publication in this Finnish-language article in Verkkari (the Helsinki University Library’s online journal).
Anti-plagiarism system Urkund
The rector of the University has decided that theses saved in the E-thesis system using the relevant form will be submitted to the Urkund system for recognising plagiarism. The system produces a report for the perusal of the examiner. You will be informed by email when the Urkund system has produced this report. The link in the email message allows you to decide whether your thesis will be saved in the Urkund database.
The Faculty of Arts recommends that students save their theses in Urkund to prevent the plagiarism of their theses. You can save your thesis in Urkund even if you do not permit its open publication online.
Students can request access to the Urkund report on their thesis.
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