latex thesis template
The thesis templates have been created to make it easy to prepare your thesis using LaTeX while adhering to the MIT Thesis Specifications. We make every effort to keep these up to date, but you should always consult the MIT Libraries Thesis Specifications before submitting your thesis. If you notice something in the Thesis Specifications that does not match the templates, please let us know by e-mailing us at thesis AT mit DOT edu.
The thesis templates are highly customizable, and there are many options and macros available for your use. Most of these are documented in the comments in each file, especially main.tex. You are encouraged to read through the comments.
An example chapter is included which explains the basics of LaTeX and this template. It contains everything you need to know to begin writing your academic thesis using this template.
Important note: this template comes as a zip file with multiple files and folders within it. It is worth reading the Chapter 1 introduction to the thesis to get an idea of what they do.
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The following thesis format templates should help you get started with formatting your thesis or dissertation. Georgia Tech provides free Overleaf Professional accounts for all students, faculty, and staff who would like to use the collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.
Resources and help with LaTex can be found here and below:
A template in Latex for PhD/Masters degree. Includes chapters, bibliography, toc, appendix, etc. complete template.
The entire package can be downloaded from here. A sample of the final layout can be seen here
There are lots of thesis templates in LaTeX available from Overleaf.
There is also a Harvard UTS referencing style for Latex. This .bst file was initially created by Xuanyi Chew, and adapted by Brenton Smith.
If you are writing a thesis or dissertation, you can save yourself a lot of formatting anguish by learning to use L a TeX , a mature document typesetting and formatting system maintained by thousands of users around the world.
The L a TeX template provided here has been customized to format your thesis or dissertation to meet the requirements of the FSU Graduate School. Features of this system will automatically build for you a table of contents and lists of tables and figures, saving you hours of time. It can produce the highest-quality typesetting for your magnum opus so that your research will look its best.
The 2009 version of the template was prepared by a student who is himself in the process of writing his phd thesis and graduating. This template has thus not been validated in any way by the graduate college. There is still no indication that a thesis prepared with this template has been received and accepted by the graduate college. The student who wrote this package can make no guarantee that this template will comply to the current rules of the graduate college. This student is also busy, so support may be hit or miss until he graduates.
The 2007 version of the template was prepared by Tim Head, based on prior templates by Peter Czoschke and David Hull.
If the official guidelines do not explicitly state it, do not use more than two different font sizes. In the template, I used the same font size throughout the title page ( Large ).
Often universities provide official LaTeX templates for PhD theses. If your university doesn’t, here is a template. The template includes the most common elements of a thesis title page: