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University of Manchester presentation (beamer) template
LaTeX template based upon the University of Manchester PowerPoint template at https://www.staffnet.manchester.ac.uk/brand/visual-identity/guidelines/presentations/.
Alex Casson (based on https://github.com/mundya/unofficial-university-of-manchester-beamer)
University of Manchester PhD thesis (and continuation reports)
LaTeX template based upon The University of Manchester Presentation of Theses Policy which relates to the examination of doctoral and MPhil degrees at The University of Manchester and applies to full-time and part-time postgraduate research students of the following degrees: Doctoral degrees: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD); Doctor of Medicine (MD) Doctor of Business Administration (DBA); Professional, Engineering and Enterprise Doctorates; Master of Philosophy (MPhil).
This template has been checked to be compliant with the 2023 requirements. Responsibility for ensuring compliance with the University of Manchester Presentation of Theses Policy remains with the candidate.
MSc Dissertation Template the University of Manchester EEE
Template for MSc courses in the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (School of Engineering). Responsibility for ensuring compliance with the University of Manchester Presentation of Theses Policy remains with the candidate.
Alex Casson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alliance Manchester Business School - MSc Business Analytics Dissertation Template
This is an unofficial template for a MSc Dissertation in Business Analytics for Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. WARNING: Dissertation regulations change every year, thus, it is YOUR responsibility to verify that the templates is up-to-date with latest regulations and modify it accordingly.
Manuel López-Ibáñez; Luís Ospina-Forero
University of Manchester School of Computer Science Project Report
The third-rep class and this starter kit were written by Graham Gough (http://studentnet.cs.manchester.ac.uk/resources/latex/3rd-yr-report/)
If you have any comments or questions regarding this document, please post them to the local newsgroup man.cs.tex.