You may find it helpful to look at examples of past Cranfield theses when you are writing your own. They may be valuable for reading previous research, and for looking at the structure, style and methodology.
Important note: Please do not use them for referencing advice as we have updated both our Author-Date and Numbered referencing styles in recent years.
Here are the top 3 places to find past Cranfield theses:
1. Masters Theses Archive
The Masters Theses Archive contains online copies of Cranfield Master’s theses since 2006 (but also some older ones). You can search or browse by School, title, author, supervisor or date. The links allow you to download the full-text in PDF.
2. Shrivenham Repository
Access online theses from Cranfield Defence and Security and the Shrivenham site.
3. CERES, the Cranfield Research Repository
CERES contains the full-text of Cranfield DBA and PhD theses. The database can be searched or browsed by community.
These are only our top three. A full list can be found on Theses page of our website but, as always, if you have any questions please contact us.