Once your viva has been completed, the examiners submit their comments and outcomes to Registry. Registry will then contact you directly with the outcome of your viva examination. This process can take up to 2 months. Further information on this can be found here.
The standard outcomes of examination can be completion; minor corrections; major corrections; or revise and resubmit. The latter three outcomes require that you edit and revise your PhD thesis and then send the new copy directly to Registry who will submit to your examiners. If these corrections/revisions meet the standards set by your examiners, Registry will email you informing that you have completed your research degree. Further information on corrections can be found here, while information on resubmission can be found here.
If you are unsatisfied with or object to the result of your examination, you do have the right to appeal the decision of the examiners. Information on appeals can be found here.
Upon the completion of your degree, your final thesis should be submitted to the University repository. Information on this can be found here.