A doctoral dissertation can be written in one of the two following formats:
a. A monographic dissertation which is a continuous coherent composition, written by the student with the guidance of the supervisor/s, which presents the research in its entirety
b. A chapters dissertation, hence ASSUPA (set or collection of chapters), which is composed of independent chapters that are the results of the same research project and that evidence a clear connection among them. The ASSUPA must indicate that the student is the primary or major researcher and writer of the work, under the guidance of the supervisor/s (also in cases involving more than one researcher).
Please read the following instructions as well:
Forms required within submission of a Ph.D. dissertation (some are in Hebrew):