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5 THESIS DEFENCE / ORAL EXAMINATION 5.1 Thesis defence authorisation & the board of examiners In order to obtain authorisation for thesis defence, the doctoral student must: >> contact their doctoral school >> deposit at the Research Service or at the Academic Registrar’s Office (depending on the establishment): The title and a summary of their thesis, a list of thesis-related work, communications, and publications, a list of the members of the board of examiners and of the two rapporteurs, giving details of their addresses and positions, and 4 bound copies of the thesis. >> have obtained a certain number of credits from the doctoral training courses attended during their thesis preparation or a certain number of training hours. Information can be obtained from each university. >> It is compulsory to have details of articles submitted for publication. Exemptions will be made in exceptional cases on an individual basis, especially for particular doctoral schools, such as mathematics, and will be examined by the officers of the doctoral school. Authorisation to present a thesis defence is granted by the President of the university, after consultation with the director of the doctoral school, and on the recommendation of the thesis director. The candidate’s work is examined beforehand by at least two rapporteurs entitled to supervise research work, and who must be external to the doctoral school and to the establishment where the candidate is registered. They make their opinion known by means of written reports on the basis of which the President of the university authorises the thesis defence, on the advice of the head of the doctoral school. These reports are communicated to the board of examiners before the thesis defence takes place. 26

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of A Guide for the doctoral student in Brittany - How to do a doctoral thesis in Brittany

Cover
Contents
1. UNIVERSITÉ EUROPÉENNE DE BRETAGNE
2. DOCTORAL SCHOOLS IN BRITTANY
2.1 SHOS
2.2 ALL
2.3 SHS
2.4 MATISSE
2.5 SICMA
2.6 EDSM
2.7 VAS
2.8 SDLM
2.9 International Doctoral College
3. ADMITTANCE TO A DOCTORAL SCHOOL
3.1 General presentation
3.2 Financial support for doctoral students
3.3 Request for special dispensation for thesis registration
4. THESIS PROCEDURE
4.1 General presentation
4.2 Thesis charter
4.3 Joint doctoral supervision
4.4 Introduction to teaching in higher education
4.5 Doctoral students as research assistants in business
4.6 Social welfare
4.7 Doctoral training
4.8 Duration of the thesis
5. THESIS DEFENCE / ORAL EXAMINATION
5.1 Thesis defence authorisation & the board of examiners
5.2 Cover of the thesis
6. INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS
6.1 International Office contacts
6.2 European Doctoral Student
6.3 International ‘cotutelle’ (joint research supervision) doctorates
7. AFTER THE THESIS
8. DOCUMENTATION, REPORTS, AND STUDIES

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