Covers the entire dissertation process.
Finding a question and writing a proposal.
How to get your dissertation written up in the time you have.
Your abstract is the most important 200 or 300 words you will write.
Advice to fit with the expectations in your subject area.
Find out what makes a good introduction!
Drawing together the strands of your discussion.
A very short explanation of a methodology section.
Where to state only facts and where you interpret the results.
Includes guidelines on postgraduate research projects and dissertations.
A guide on writing dissertations in the humanities.
Guides you through the stages and variations according to subject area.
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What else is available?
- Don’t forget to maintain regular contact with your Supervisor. Your supervisor should work with you to develop the content of your dissertation.
- Weekly classes to help you improve your English writing skills – run by us. Get in touch to find out if you are eligible.
- In-sessional English classes run by the Centre for International English Students if English is not your first language.
- Booking a tutorial for yourself, or with a small group to discuss the dissertation process.