Find Bond University theses by discipline or category by searching the Library Catalogue:
The library receives one copy of each doctoral and masters by research thesis accepted by Bond University.
Masters by coursework and Honours theses are also accepted by the library if faculties wish to make them available. Such minor theses will be retained by the library and housed in the Reference Collection for three years before being returned to the school.
To access a print thesis, ask at the Library and Computing Service Desk in the Main Library, or phone us on 5595 1510.
Select Content Type Dissertation/Thesis to limit to theses.
Dissertations & Theses: Full Text
This resource is available via Proquest; select 'Interdisciplinary - Dissertations and Theses' as the database to search. Information on over 2 million theses is available, and the full-text is included for over 1 million. Coverage focuses on North America and Europe.
Trove is produced by the National Library of Australia and enables federated searching of a wide range of information sources focusing on Australia and Australians. To search for Australian and international theses, enter your terms in the search box, click search, then use the 'Show me only' options on the left to limit the format to 'Thesis'. Trove contains all of the thesis records that were previously accessible via the now discontinued Australasian Digital Theses service.
Australian Education Theses
AEI (Australian Education Index) database provides abstracts for Australian education theses from 1978. This index is searchable in Informit. To limit to theses, use a guided search and set TYPE to "theses".
Other Sources for theses
Many electronic databases, such as PsycINFO, include records for dissertations.
Reports and conference proceedings may also contain thesis material.
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations - Provides access to free, electronic full text of theses from participating universities
EThOS - Find UK theses using this new service of the British Library