You will be able to revise your title during the course of your research if you are accepted for admission.Examples of the thesis titles of some of our current and recent research students can be seen on our Current Projects page. Abstract The proposal should include a concise statement of your intended research of no more than 100 words.
Your proposal will help us to make sure that: The process of producing a proposal is usually also essential if you need to apply for funding to pay your fees or support yourself whilst doing your research.
Funding bodies will often need to be reassured that you are committed to a viable project at a suitable university.
Your proposal should be typed double-spaced, if possible, and be between 1,000 and 2,000 words.
Your research proposal is an integral part of the Research Degree application process, and as such, it is worth investing time and energy to ensure that your proposal is strong, clear and effective.
You may want to use a title and a subtitle separated by a colon.
(Suggested Word Count: 15) Explain the academic context from which your research emerges.
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Your proposal needs to outline the nature of your proposed research project, identify your knowledge of existing literature and provide an indication of how you will conduct your research project.
Research proposals are also used to correctly match you with an appropriate supervisor/supervision team.