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The answer provided by @David offers one approach i.e., create two documents with the required page number ranges, export each to PDF, and then concatenate the two PDFs. You can also do what you require within a single Writer document.

  1. Go the end of your document and insert a new hard page break (or "Appendices" heading with a page break before etc.)
  2. Highlight your previous content (probably the main body of the university paper, excluding forepapers and the newly created page).
  3. Insert > Section... > Footnotes/Endnotes tab > check Endnotes / Collect at end of section.
  4. This will force the Endnotes to collect at the end of the main body of the thesis (prior to the newly created page at the end of the document).

This is one instance where the use of a section is appropriate.