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Resource Hub for Thesis Writers: Templates

This guide provides all resources related to project, thesis, and dissertation writing and submission process at AUB.

It is strongly recommended that you start using a template at the beginning of your writing process.

The templates are based on the guidelines for formatting your Thesis in Microsoft Word. They have correct margins, line spacing and page numbering, appropriate formatting of the front pages (you only need to delete/replace the text in parenthesis and in italic), chapter and section headings in acceptable formats, and heading and subheading styles.

The templates are to be used as they are, regardless of the referencing style chosen (APA, MLA, IEEE, etc…). You may follow the rules of the style in all aspects not mentioned in this file, such as formatting of tables, list of references and in-text citations, etc…

For help with LaTex formatting, you may refer to the Overleaf Pro+ guide.

The difference between Template ABC and Template 123 is the formatting of the Table of Contents & headings.

The difference between Template ABC and Template 123 is the formatting of the Table of Contents & headings.

The difference between Template ABC and Template 123 is the formatting of the Table of Contents & headings.