Note: the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies offers these links for information only.
Requirements have changed since they were developed, and using one of the classes does not guarantee a successful submission. Provision of this information does not constitute a recommendation to use La Te X for your thesis.
Link to the Ly X template developed by Christopher P.
Barrington-Leigh: https://cpbl.wordpress.com/2010/01/24/ubc-thesis-under-lyx-manuscript-based-thesis-under-latex/ Note: the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies offers this link for information only. Barrington-Leigh for creation and ongoing development of the Ly X template.
This template was developed by another former UBC graduate student.
Non Plagiarized Term Papers - Lyx Thesis Document Class
It's different from the La Te X packages because it is built for a forefront piece of software called Ly X.
A simple Late X document would look like this: , La Te X will automatically render your text to A4 portrait paper with 10 pt font size and so on.
You will not have to worry about the layout, just the content.
Note: If you add "Parts" to your thesis, you will need to make sure that the listing in the table of contents has leader lines (dots).
You do not need to use 1.5 or double line spacing if you are using these templates correctly.