As postgraduate students at City, we are also working on ours. So we have put together some tips on how you can write a good dissertation, effectively plan your research projects, and find relevant resources as we have transitioned to online studies.
Published Thursday, 13th August, 2020 in University news
While exams have finished, many of us are still studying online and working on our final dissertation.
As postgraduate students at City, we (Kullanit Nititwarangkul, Mphil/PhD student in Cultural and Creative Industries at the School of Arts and Social Sciences and Thomas Kilduff, Masters’ student, Department of Library and Information Science) are also working on ours, so we have put together some tips on how you can write a good dissertation, effectively plan your research projects, and find relevant resources as we have transitioned to online studies. As we are writing our dissertations, we have gathered some of these tips from the Academic Learning Support webinars offered at City, our supervisors, and colleagues.
What should be included in a dissertation?
Structures of a dissertation may vary according to your courses and programmes. There are also different expectations depending on whether you are an undergraduate, masters or PhD students. This guide will give you a general idea of how you can structure your dissertation as good structuring is key to a quality dissertation.
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Tips for writing a good dissertation