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Finding print dissertations
The University Library holds all Cambridge dissertations from 1921 onwards and they can be ordered from the Manuscript Reading Room (01223 333143, firstname.lastname@example.org). They can't be borrowed or supplied for inter-library loan.
Information on finding theses and dissertations can be found on the Theses Libguide. Details of all Cambridge theses approved since 1970 can be found using iDiscover. They are also listed in the EThOS database.
Copying of Cambridge dissertations is subject to regulations made by the Board of Graduate Studies. Personal applications for the purchase of copies of dissertations for private research can be directed to the Digital Content Unit (http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/collections/departments/digital-content-unit; email email@example.com). There is a charge for this. To purchase dissertations on behalf of an institution (e.g. for library stock) the author's permission is required before a copy can be supplied.
Finding digitised dissertations
Apollo, the University's institutional repository, holds full-text digital versions of several hundred Cambridge PhD. theses. This is a rapidly growing collection deposited on a voluntary basis.