See information on how to submit your thesis on the graduate school website. Your thesis may be written in the LaTeX font, or in other fonts.
ZIP file with prototype for writing a thesis in LaTeX, including parts in English and Hebrew.
We thank Ido Tal and Dan Kenigsberg.
Prototype files LyX.
We thank Ronen Abarbanel and Eyal Rozenberg.
Here you will find prototype file for the Hebrew part in the thesis in Word format.
We thank Arthur Kiyanovski.
Once you have submitted your thesis and received the approval of the examinations committee, you may schedule your final exam.
During the exam, the candidate briefly presents his/her work, after which the examiners jointly discuss it with the candidate and present him/her with questions.
At the end of the examination, the examiners determine whether to award the candidate a graduate degree, and whether the thesis requires revisions. For Master’s exams, the exam is also given a grade.
See the instructions on the graduate school website. A final electronic copy of the thesis must be sent to the library and to the departmental website. Likewise, you must fill out an Item Return Checklist form and a thesis deposit form.
A form intended for the graduate school confirming that you have no debt at the central library is issued at the departmental library. To obtain it, you must:
– Prepare an identical PDF version of the printed thesis (in full, including the Hebrew-language abstract and headlines) and upload it to the departmental website
– Send a PDF copy of the above to the library manager, Ariella Weinstein.
– Complete a deposit form, found here, signed by your advisor/s, with consent for Internet publication. (Note that graduate school guidelines stipulate that the digital form must be filled out before printing and submitting for advisor signature).
– The forms should be scanned and sent to Ariella Weinstein OR physically brought to the library.
– Visit the departmental library to close your account with the central library.
Students who passed the final exam but were asked to make revisions to their theses should submit a list of revisions, signed by the advisor/examiners, along with a separate document verifying that revisions were made, to the graduate procedures office.
The commencement ceremony takes place in May or June, and students who have met all of the administrative requirements by the deadline (toward the end of March) can participate. Students who miss this deadline can participate in the commencement ceremony the following year.