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Reading and publishing doctoral theses online

Reading doctoral theses online

The Campus Library keeps deposit copies of all of the doctoral theses supervised at the Europa-Universität Flensburg.  Those theses published electronically can be found in the ZHB catalogue and are available as full texts.

How do I publish my doctoral thesis online?

You have to publish your doctoral thesis after passing the final exam. In accordance with §13 (1) of the Promotionsordnung der Europa-Universität (available in German only) this can be done electronically.

Please contact Dr. Feiler-Kramer (EUF) to initiate the publication and issuing of your doctorate certificate.

Afterwards, please submit a complete and fully publishable version of your doctoral thesis to the Campus Library in PDF format.

Once your submission has been confirmed, your dissertation will be published online and listed in the Campus Library catalogue as well as in the catalogues of other libraries. The university's Administration Department will then issue your doctorate certificate.

Where to find doctoral theses:

From Germany

The Catalogue of the German National Library (DNB) lists German doctoral theses (from 1913 onwards) both in print and online. German language doctoral theses from Switzerland and Austria have been included since 1993. For further search instructions click here (in german only) .

From Europe

DART-Europe helps to provide researchers with a single European Portal for the discovery of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs).  DART participates in advocacy to influence future European e-theses developments. DART-Europe offers partners a European networking forum on ETD issues, and may provide the opportunity to submit collaborative funding applications to achieve DART-Europe's vision for ETDs.

From other countries

OpenThesis lists international scientific papers and dissertations. It offers personalised search functions, alerts and document organisation as well as the option to enter your own data into the repository.