Planning a dissertation - The Outlook Group
A Guide for Planning a PhD Dissertation - Bright Hub
When planning a dissertation and elaborating on a topic, you should also turn it every way in mind which methodology you’re going to use. Which methods will suit you most – quantitative, qualitative or both? It is now, the very planning stage, when you needs to decide on your future methodology.
Planning a Masters Dissertation Dr Reza Gholami Dept
One of the biggest advantages of taking a postgraduate programme in the UK is that it takes more or less one year to complete it if you are a full-time student. It definitely saves you time and money, but at the same time gives you a massive amount of work to do in such a limited time frame. During my student life at LSE, I have had some moments of feeling under pressure and one of them was to submit a dissertation plan already in the first term. Planning a 10,000 to 12,000 word long piece of academic writing seemed like I was glimpsing the tip of an iceberg, with no idea of its size underwater. So, this blog entry is to share my experiences with those of you in the same process, and hopefully to help prospective students get an idea of what planning a dissertation is like (though it may differ in each department and each year at LSE).