There's plenty of advice out there for writing a Ph D proposal, including advice on mistakes to avoid and reminders of what a good proposal *doesn't* need to be. I found things particularly hard as I had an idea of what I wanted to do, but I didn’t know how to ‘put pen to paper’.
Writing a research proposal can be a difficult process.
Instead, the challenge is to show you can adopt the thought processes necessary to identify a problem and come up with a solution. I needed to know more about the current opportunities in my subject area.
In this post I’m going to explain how I managed to do that. Before writing my proposal, I looked at what field I wanted to research.
The first thing I had to do when preparing for my research proposal was. This is necessary as you might not be able to come up with a research idea without knowing exactly what area you want to be working on.
I have always wanted to work within the pharmaceutical industry.
He received his Ph D in English Literature and Medieval Studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2014.
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Therefore, I looked at the different sectors of Chemistry I could work in, that would link to pharmaceutical research.
I contacted a number of supervisors whose work I was interested in at universities across the country.