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Comparative Asian Studies : an introduction: Theses

A library guide for the Comparative Asian Studies Program in NUS

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Theses & dissertations are important when starting a literature review of research that has been previously done.

The Library keeps final-year academic exercises (selection only), honors theses, Master's (by Research) and PhD.

NUS theses


NUS theses (online)


  • Master’s (by Research) and Ph.D theses deposited with the Registrar’s Office since 2003 are kept in ScholarBank@NUS.
  • ScholarBank@NUS is the institutional repository of NUS.
  • This repository collects and preserves the scholarly output of NUS and makes it accessible worldwide.


NUS theses (paper) 


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  • Selected theses & academic exercises received from the NUS Department of History are kept in the Library's Closed Stacks under the call number D6.
  • Master's (by Research) and Ph.D prior to 2003 are also kept in paper format.
  • Search the catalogue - LINC by call no., subject, author's name or year.
  • How to search : for a step-by-step guide, view the following video. Use call no. D6.


Foreign theses

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