e-Theses Submissions (MA and PhD)
Thesis electronic submission is mandatory for all students
What are e-Theses?
Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs), also called e-Theses, are theses or dissertations prepared using PDF software. ETDs can contain non-text elements such as multimedia, sound, video, as well as text and hypertext links. ETDs are housed in T-Space, the U of T digital library repository designed to capture, store, index, preserve, and redistribute scholarly research material in digital formats. Scholars worldwide are able to use T-Space to search, locate, and download U of T ETDs.
- ETD submissions will be online in full colour. Paper submissions are processed in black and white only.
- ETD submissions allow the author to retain the highest quality of embedded images. In addition to the main text-based PDF thesis file, ETD submissions can also include supplementary files in a variety of formats, enriching the text-based thesis in ways not possible with a paper submission.
Who do we support?
How do I request this?
Detailed information and assistance: School of Graduate Studies
What is the cost?
There is no cost.
How do I get support?
Before submitting your thesis:
Important Dates: Know the deadlines for submitting appropriate documentation to the OISE Registrar's Office for your degree to be awarded in time.
Guidelines for submitting your thesis
See the Policy and Procedure Questions contacts. Step-by-step instructions on How to Submit Your ETD.e-Thesis Submission presentation (PowerPoint)Appendix F of the OISE Guidelines on the OISE Registrar's websiteFor workshops go to e-Theses Workshops.
Save As PDF or XPS. This download allows you to export and save to the PDF format when using the 2007 Microsoft Office program (MS Word, etc.).
Education International ($15,000)
Co-Primary Investigator with Dr. Zeena Zakharia
Global Financing to Public Private Partnerships in Education: The Interconnected Policies of International Organizations
National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship ($55,000)
The Role of Nonstate Actors in International Development: Examining the Global Partnership for Education
Joseph P. Healey Research Grant
University of Massachusetts Boston Internal Grant ($7,377)
The World Bank and Privatization of Education: History, Policies, Practices
Open Society Foundation Privatisation in Education Research Initiative ($25,000)/
Ontario Postdoctoral Fellowship ($50,000)
With Karen Mundy, OISE/University of Toronto, Primary Investigator
Education as a Private or a Global Public Good: Competing Conceptual Frameworks and their Power at the World Bank
PhD Dissertation, University of Toronto
With financial support from the Ontario Government, OISE and the University of Toronto