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Theses and Dissertations

Theses & Dissertations


Electronic Theses & Dissertations completed at UJ can be searched by selecting Theses & Dissertations under 'Communities in UJ IR'.
Theses & Dissertations  can be browsed by Issue Date, Author, Title and Subject. 

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UJContent is the University of Johannesburg's Open Access Institutional Repository (IR). The institutional repository collects and maintains intellectual scholarship such as published journal articles (pre-print and post-print), conference papers and proceedings, data sets, reports, theses and dissertations in a free and open environment.  For Submission guidelines and Forms click  here.

UJLink (UJ Library Catalogue)

Print Theses & Dissertations completed at UJ can be located via the library catalogue (UJLink) by searching Author, Title or Keywords.
Limit your search by choosing 'Theses & Dissertations' in the dropdown menu.  

SA Theses & Dissertations

Nexus - Current and Completed Research Projects Database
This database provides information on current and completed research projects including theses and dissertations in South Africa. It provides information on all fields of science since 1919. Includes citations, some abstracts & a limited number of records with links to full-text.
** Contact your Faculty Librarian for a Nexus search.

Nexus - National ETD Portal

This database contains online full-text dissertations and theses completed at South African universities. No password is required for access. Select the relevant title for more information. Select the Identifier link for the full-text of the study in the specific Institution's Repository.

International Theses & Dissertations 

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, spanning from 1743 to the present day. It contains a significant amount of new international dissertations and theses both in citations and in full text.​​