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Custom title page in report or book class?

I am trying to write my PhD proposal using the document class report. I borrowed the simplest template from:

On the first page I wanted to a couple more sentences like "A proposal submitted to so and so university for so and so PhD." I pasted the code below. Is there a simple way to add a statement? Have I chosen a wrong template for my proposal?



\title{A Sample PhD Thesis}
\author{A. N. Other}
\date{July 2004}







\chapter{Technical Introduction}





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marked as duplicate by Harish Kumar, Stephan Lehmke, Marco Daniel, diabonas, percusse Sep 18 '12 at 1:14

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use the environment titlepage for an extended title and not the macro \maketitle –  Herbert Sep 17 '12 at 6:21
IMO, you should go with Herbert's recommendation but you could also try something like \date{July 2004 \\\vfill <YOUR TEXT>}. –  mkota Sep 17 '12 at 7:14
Shashank: I have given a link above. I hope you can use the code given there as a template. Both the misuse of \title and \author and using \titlepage are discussed there. If you need any more help please let me know. –  Harish Kumar Sep 17 '12 at 13:57

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EDIT: Sorry, indeed, it seems that this template does not allow it.



\title{A Sample PhD Thesis}
\author{A. N. Other}
\date{July 2004}


Just type after this make title, and it will still appear on that page. (for instance your line). If preferred, put it in a \center{ } environment. There are also things like acknowledgements that have their own command (for instance, supervisor or something).

\pagebreak %this will stop that page prematurely
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