Dissertation

Description

Students are required to complete an individual project-based dissertation of 15-18.000 words on a topic approved by the assigned supervising academic member of staff. Students are obliged to adhere to the dissertation brief, which must include all of the following: a title, an abstract, an introduction, a structure and aim, a literature review, data presentation, methodology, analysis, conclusions and Harvard style references.


Key Objectives

Students have to learn how to deal with a research topic put forward by its lecturer from 15,000 words and up to 18,000 words and follow the dissertation brief

In all cases a title, an abstract, an introduction, a structure and aim, a literature review, data presentation, methodology, analysis, conclusions and reference of the Harvard style, are required; this will be under distance supervision

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